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The Epitome 1991 



Volume 1 1 5 




Lehigh University 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 



Table Of Contents 

Opening 4 

Features 22 

Academics 54 

Sports 92 

Activities 136 

Living 168 

Seniors 290 

Closing 390 




Editor-In-Chief 



Corey Abate 



Managing Editor 

Beth DeMarte 




Business Manager 



Photography Editor 



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Co-Features Editors. 



Jennifer Montemurro 



Lisa Krick 



22 Features 






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There are places I 

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All my life, though 

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Some have gone and 

some remain. 



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Divider 23 



Past & Present 




24 Features 




Lehigh is a university rich with tradition and a walk 
around its picturesque campus shows a striking con- 
trast between the old and the new. The history of 
buildings such as the University Center and Coppee 
Hall and the technological advances of the recently 
completed Rauch Business Center demonstrate how 
Lehigh continues to grow and change, moving toward 
the future. The Rauch Business Center, constructed 
on the site of the old Taylor Stadium opened in the fall. 
Located near this impressive structure is a concrete 
work of art that used to be part of the stadium, a 
strong representation of the intermingling of past and 
present. 




Past & Present 25 





YEARS 




26 Features 








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Art On Campus 




28 Features 



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Plays At Lehigh 



This page, performing in "Appointment 
With a High Wire Lady" are, clockwise from 
top: Joe Williams, Dosie Clausen, and Denise 
lavicoli. 

Opposite page, performing in "The Bac- 
chae" are, from left to right: Eric Perlmutter, 
Rob Neville, and Ken Ingram. 




30 Features 




Plays 31 



Entertainment 




Performers are, clockwise from left: Meatloaf, ^Aid 
night Oil, MC Hammer, Mick Fleetwood from Fleet- 
wood Mac, Paula Poundstone, MC Hammer, and Ste- 
vie tSicks from Fleetwood Mac. 



32 Features 



Stabler Arena was rocking this year with 
concerts to suit ail musical tastes, with every- 
thing from MC Hammer to Fleetwood Mac 
and Midnight Oil. The fall semester opened 
with a Meatloaf concert outside in Sayre Park. 
Other performers, like comedian Paula 
Poundstone, entertained students in Packard 
Auditorium. 




Entertainment 33 



Speakers At Lehigh 




This page, clockwise from top: President 
Peter Likins and Lee lacocca speak, while 
English Professor Bob Harson vocalizes from 
the audience. 

Opposite page, top: Isaac Asimov. Bottom 
page: rapper Chuck D. 




34 Features 




Intellectual curiosities were peaked this 
year by numerous speakers and panel discus- 
sions, representing diverse viewpoints and 
idealogies. Everyone from renowned busi- 
nessman Lee lacocca to science-fiction writer 
Issac Asimov and rapper Chuck D were on 
hand to provide the student body with infor- 
mation on a wide-range of topics and issues. 
Faculty also offered their perspectives on 
world affairs in a well-attended discussion, led 
by President Likins, prior to the outbreak of 
war in the Persian Gulf. 




Speakers 35 



Campus Life 




36 Features 




Campus Life 37 



Turkey Trot 




38 Features 





Most Lehigh students are used to running 
up the hill to grab a beer, hear a band, and 
hang out with friends on a Friday or Saturday 
night. But on the Thursday before Lehigh/La- 
fayette weekend hundreds of students made 
this 2.6 nnile hike just for the heck of it in the 
annual Turkey Trot. Skip McVeigh won the 
men's title and Kerry Kirkendall finished first 
to earn the women's title. 




Turkey Trot 39 



Lehigh/Lafayette 




40 Features 





This year's long-awaited Lehigh/La- 
fayette game hosted by Lafayette College 
was played on a nnemorable cold and rainy 
Saturday afternoon. But the weather didn't 
dampen the spirit of the Engineers who 
defeated the Leopards by the score of 35 to 
14, Nor did the weather put a stop to the 
traditional pre-game tailgating and the 
highly controversial post-game tradition of 
tearing down the goal posts. This Lehigh- 
/ Lafayette weekend was also unique be- 
cause it marked the return of the celebrat- 
ed bonfire the night before the big game. 




Lehigh/Lafayette 41 



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Lehigh/Lafayette 43 




44 Features 




Lehigh/Lafayette 45 



Candids 




46 Features 




Candids 47 



Greek Week 




48 Features 







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As usual Lehigh's annual Greek Week/Spring- 
fest celebration was a success, in spite of the less 
than perfect weather which caused some events to 
be postponed. Greek Week 1991 was unique in that 
it marked the return of the infamous bed races on 
the lower campus and included an outstanding mu- 
sical performance by the New Jersey-based band 
Blues Travelers. The traditional air band competi- 
tion held in Zetes parking lot was a treat and the 
Beta pledges took first place in the contest. Delta 
Zeta sorority won the week's events. 




Greek Week 49 




50 Features 




Greek Week 51 




52 Features 




Greek Week 53 



ACADEMICS 



Co-Academics Editors. 



Kathy Snyder 



Beth Easley 



54 Academics 





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PRESIDENT 




Dr. Peter Likins 
President 




56 Academics 




Lehigh University /%WM Offke of the President 



Alumni Memorial Building 27 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 

telephone (215) 758-3155 



A Message From the President 



As you read this farewell message in 1991, remember that you will read it 
again twenty years later, or thirty or fifty. Ask yourself in 1991 how you will feel 
when you return to these words at the peak of your career, or at its close. 

You are graduating from Lehigh with such exciting opportunities ahead 
that you may be tempted to pursue your own objectives single-mindedly, with 
"success" as your dominant goal. You have worked hard to prepare for this 
moment, and the privileges that now await you cannot be denied. In the long 
run, however, you will be judged not by the privileges you have earned, but by 
the responsibilities you have borne. If you are wise, you will not wait to assume 
responsibility for others with lesser gifts. Let your goals from the very beginning 
of your career include giving of your talents and energies to other people in 
your life, so the habit of kindness and generosity will be with you always. 

You have received a gift from your parents, whether you felt their 
presence or not. Other family members, teachers, coaches and friends have 
given generously to your development. Your turn will come to be a parent, a 
teacher, and a friend. Be worthy of your Lehigh education, and meet these 
responsibilities well. 




President 57 



VICE PRESIDENTS 




Michael G. Bolton 

Vice President For Development 



Marsha A. Duncan 

Vice President For Student Affairs 




John W. Smeaton 

Assistant Vice President For Student Affairs 

58 Academics 



Joseph D. Sterrett 

Assistant Vice President And Director Of 

Athletics 







John W. Woltjen 

Vice President And Treasurer 




Joseph I. Goldstein 

Vice President For Research 



Alan W. Pense 

Vice President And Provost 



Vice Presidents 59 



DEANS 





David Thomas 
Dean, Graduate School 




Mark Erickson 
Dean Of Students 





60 Academics 




Jennifer Volchko 

Associate Dean Of Students 




Terrence Curran 

Associate Dean Of Students 



Deans 61 



DEANS 




Robert Robeson 

Assistant Dean Of Students 



Sharon Brown 

Assistant Dean Of Students 




Mary Kay Baker 

Assistant Dean Of Students 



Ozzie Breiner 
Area Coordinator 



62 Academics 




Krispin Wagoner 

Greek Affairs Coordinator 




Deborah Sacarakis 
Cultural Affairs Coordinator 



Geoffrey Haskell 

Student Activities Coordinator 



Deans 63 



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Judith Lasker 
Associate Dean 




James Gunton 
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Julie Williams 
Associate Dean 



64 Academics 











Arts & Science 65 



ARTS & SCIENCE 




Aerospace Studies 



Through the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps 
program, the Aerospace department develops future Air 
Force officers from talented motivated students. The 
program combines challenging academic courses, a rigor- 
ous physical fitness program and Leadership Laboratory. 
Through this program, our students can meet the chal- 
lenges of tomorrow's Air Force. 

The 1990-91 Detachment 715 cadet corps was 84 stu- 
dents strong. The cadets were very active. They started 
the school year with a freshman orientation with over 30 
freshmen attending. Going through the "ropes " course 
and enlisting freshman scholarship students highlighted 
the orientation. In September, the corps sponsored a 24- 
hour Prisoner of War/ Missing in Action freedom run. 
Opened to all members of the university and the local 
community, over 100 runners covered the two mile 
course throughout the vigil. On Veteran's Day, the cadets 
conducted a flag raising ceremony at the University Cen- 
ter flagpole. 

On the social scene, the cadets sponsored several ac- 
tivities. They conducted several pizza and volleyball 
nights. In addition, they held a field day both semesters. 
For field day, the cadets ran a 1.5 mile run, completed a 
grueling fitness test, competed in organized sports with a 
picnic afterwards. Also, in October, the cadets visited 
Washington DC. and Andrews AFB, MD. They also held 
receptions for both the freshmen and upperclassmen 
parents weekend. In the best military tradition, the corps' 
Dining-ln was the social event of the fall semester. The 
guest speaker was Martin C. Faga, Air Force Assistant 





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Secretary for Space and AFROTC commissionee. Class 
of '63. In the spring semester, the Air Force and Army 
cadet corps hosted a military ball. 

The department's program is very demanding. The 
cadets' hard work make the program a success. 



Art & Architecture 

The department of Art and Architecture is 
a fast growing and highly motivated group. 
The 56 majors, 10 double majors, eight art 
majors and large numbers of minors work 
hard and appreciate each other as the follow- 
ing quotes indicate. 

Michael Rios, who has a double major in 
architecture and urban studies, says, "I like 
the one-on-one relationship between students 
and faculty in the studio." Jennifer Gannon, a 
senior architecture major, says she gets help 
with her work not just from faculty, but also 
from students. "I'm just amazed that I know 
all the professors by their first names and that 
other students don't compete, rather they 
help each other." 

Professor Richard Redd agrees, "We have 
highly motivated students. I enjoy getting to 
know each one individually, and you do learn 
from them. We have a lot of jugglers and 
tightrope walkers in the department perform- 
ing a fine balance between releasing creative 
energies and meeting demands of a milieu 
where cognitive learning processes domi- 
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Seated (L-R): R. Viera, C. Gssler-Trumbull, J. Smith, O. 
Jacoby, L. Cans, R. Maycut. Standing (L-R): T. Peters, B. 
Boothe, I. Zaknic, C. Norton, D. Cuckovic. 



66 Academics 



Biology 



Lehigh Gniversity provides students with 
many opportunities. For those majoring in 
Biology, this is no exception. Our size allows 
us to be a close-knit department. Unlike other 
majors, you won't find us clamoring for equa- 
tion sheets before a test, or even bragging 
about our new building. Lehigh Biology pro- 
vides students with many experiences such 
as, getting a good nap in Bio 31, having your 
hands smell like a dead shark in Bio 133 Lab, 
working until the wee hours of the morning on 
research projects, and trying to find out what 
science is at 7:00 at night while the world 
series is going on. You might hear some of our 
students or faculty making statements which 
} attest to the quality of Lehigh Biology. Some 
of the more memorable statements are: 

■What do all the little dots on the slide 

mean? . . . what's the difference between a 

B S. and a B.A.? ... do we have to know this? 

you should have exams back by the next 

class . . . what is biology? . . . are we responsi- 




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ble for all the material in the book? 
one more thing before you leave . . . 



. . just 
are the 



Department members are: J. Sands, Chair; J. Abel. B. 
Bean, D. Cundall. B Hargreaves. S. Herman, M. Itzkowitz, 

test on file? . . . why is our bio final always the 
last one scheduled? . . . it's a long way to 
Amphioxis . . . what is Green? . . . how do I 
join the biology club? . . . you're a bio major? 
isn't that pre-med? ... at least i'm not a six 
year med student! . . . Dr. Hermaaaaaaan!?!! . . 



S. Krawiec. H. Pritchard, P. Samollow, V. Ware, C. Wil 
liamson, and M. Kuchka. 



what, another exam? we already have three 
that week! . . . cookies . . . when are you 
taking the GRE's? ..." 

"What is the meaning of life?" Hey, that's 
Biology! 



Chemistry 




The faculty in chemistry extend our con- 
gratulations to this year's graduates in Chem- 
istry and Biochemistry. We know we've 
stressed you to the max sometimes (of 
course, always with warmth in our hearts) 
and see how well you've turned out. Thanks 
for being with us. 

The biggest news in the department this 
year is the acquisition of the Scienta ESCA- 
300 instrument. This million dollar photoelec- 
tron spectrometer is the only one of its kind in 
the United States and only the second in the 
world. This is a good example of why the 
department has an international reputation in 
surface science. Obviously the state of the 
art. the spectrometer features the highest ob- 
tainable resolution and vastly improved x-ray 
intensity. This allows high resolution map- 
ping of surfaces for both elemental composi- 
tion and determination of chemical state. This 
technique has applications in corrosion, study 
of surface defects, adhesion, and many other 
fields. 



Department memt>ers are: J. Larsen. Chair: J. Alhadeff, 
M. Behe, G. Ferguson, N. Foster. N. Heindel, L. Klebanoff. 
K. Klier. C. Kraihanzel. R. Lovejoy, L. Lowe-Krentz. F 
Micale, W. Ohnesorge, S. Regen, J. Roberts, K. Schray, 



G. Simmons. D. Smyth 
oka. W. Anderson, M 
yers. 



J. Sturm, J. Vanderhoff, D Zer- 
Elgin, R. Makosky, and M. Saw 



Arts & Science 67 



ARTS & SCIENCE 




English 




Department members are: R. Arbur, P. Beidler, J. Benner, F. Hook, J. Hunt, R. Jenseth, E. Lotto. R. Mundhenk, B. 
A. Bross, J. DeBellis. A. Doty, J. Easley, J. Fergus, E. Pavlock, B. Traister, and J. Vickrey. 
Fifer, E. Gallagher, R. Gaughran, R. Harson, A. Hartung, 



Geology 




(LR): C. Sclar (Retired), D. Simpson, B. Carson, E. Even- 
son, K. Kodama, P. Zeltler, P. Myers, and C. Moses. 



68 Academics 



Government 




Department memt)ers are: F. Colon, Chair, D Barry, F. 
Davis, R. Matthews, E. Morgan, H. Stewart-Gambino, L. 
Olson, H. Witcomb, A. Wurth. 



History 



Exciting things are happening in the History Depart- 
ment. Recently the department has expanded its under 
graduate honors program and a number of juniors and 
seniors are actively engaged in yearlong research pro- 
jects, working closely with a faculty member. Topics this 
year include: the Italian American Community in Easton, 
Pa.; The Image of Mexicans in Hollywood Movies; Cultur- 
al Exchanges Between Massachusetts Settlers and Indi 
ans in the mid-Seventeenth Century; Modernization of the 
Prussian Army; German Student Resistance of Nazism; 
Winston Churchill and General Wavell; Workers and their 
Families during the Bethlehem Steel Strike of 1959. 

The department is affiliated with two important aca- 
demic programs on campus: the Gipson Institute for 
Eighteenth Century Studies and the Science, Technol- 
ogy, and Society Program The Gipson Institute sponsors 
an annual scholarly symposium; the topic for 1991 is 
"Love and Marriage in the Eighteenth Century." The STS 
program sponsors a weekly luncheon series on topics in 
the history of technology. 

New and innovative courses in the department include 
its participation in an interdisciplinary course on Canada, 
dealing with history, politics, and economics. In the past 
few years the department has enlarged its program in the 
history of technology and offers a number of undergradu- 
ate courses in that field, dealing with both the United 
States and Japan. 

In 1990 Professor Roger Simon succeeded Professor 
Joseph Dowling as chairman. The department also wel- 
comed the addition of Professor Robert Phillips, of the 




Members of the department are: M. Baylor, G. Cooper, S. 
Cutcliffe, C Daniels, J. Dowling, I. Duffy, J. Ellis, R. Frey. 



former Classics department, who teaches ancient histo- 
ry 



S. Goldman, T. Peters, R. Phillips. J. Saeger, B. Shade, R. 
Simon. J. Smith, L. Tipton, and J. Walters. 



Arts & Science 69 



ARTS & SCIENCE 




International Careers 




Dr. Alvin Cohen 



International Relations 

Several I.R. courses taught by I.R. faculty 
are being offered every summer In Great Brit- 
ain, France, and Switzerland. 

Professor Rajan Menon has returned from a 
two-year leave of absence, having completed 
his first year as a fellow at the Kennan Insti- 
tute for Advanced Russian Studies, and a sec- 
ond under a grant awarded by The New York 
Council on Foreign Relations, working with 
Congressman Stephen Solarz in Washington 
as national security assistant. 

Last year Professor Bruce E. Moon had 
been awarded the Class of 1961 Professor- 
ship, which recognizes the teaching and 
scholarly activities of a newly-promoted asso- 
ciate professor. 

Professor Henri J. Barkey spent six weeks 
in Argentina as part of a Fulbright Seminar 
Abroad where he was doing research on Ar- 
gentina's economic stabilization plans. 

An exciting feature is the Cohen Interna- 
tional Lecture Series which brings distin- 
guished speakers to the campus each year. 
Arranged by Professor Z. Slouka, the series 
included former National Security Advisor 




Department members are: R. Menon, Chair Spring semes- 
ter; Z. Slouka, Chair Fall semester; H. Barkey, C. Joynt, 
B. Moon, O. Smolansky, and R. Wylie. 



Zbigniev Brzezinski, former President of the 
World Bank Robert S. McNamara, the then 
Secretary General of NATO Lord Carrington, 
former President of France Giscard d'Estaing, 
and, in 1991, the President of Czechoslovakia 
Vaclav Havel. 



70 Academics 



Journalism 



The Lehigh Journalism Department not 
only has a new face brightening up the office, 
it has a resident international reporting spe- 
cialist — Jack Lule. Jack, as he likes the 
students to call him, came to Lehigh all the 
way from Tulsa, Oklahoma, this past fall and 
has added an international dimension to the 
journalism program by teaching an interna- 
tional reporting course. 

As the students were getting to know Jack, 
they were missing Professor Wally Trimble, 
who was away for the year on sabbatical. 

Department Chairperson Sharon Friedman 
and Ken Friedman highlighted international 
environmental reporting in the science writing 
program this year. Students had an opportu- 
nity to speak with international journalists 
from Germany, Switzerland, and many South- 
east Asian countries. 

All professors in the department worked to 
increase student involvement in journalism 
and the communication arts. Professor Fran- 
kie Hutton has been at Lehigh for only two 
years, but has brought a world of knowledge 
to her students. "She is a tough, but fair 
professor who turns her courses into profes- 
sional journalism experiences," said journal- 




Department members are; S. Friedman. Chair; C Gorney, 
F. Hutton, J. Lule, W. Trimble, and D. Wills. Department 
Coordinator; Linda Lipko. 



ism major Andrea Lauer, '91. 

The journalism department recently ex- 
panded to include speech communication 
with the addition of Professor Dina Wilis who 
directs the interdisciplinary Communication 
minor. The minor offers a wide variety of 



classes in communication including speaking, 
writing, graphic arts, organization, group and 
interpersonal communication and public rela- 
tions. 



Mathematics 




Department members are: E. Assmus. D. Davis, B. Do- 
bric. B. Dodson. D. Edelen, B. Eisenberg, B Ghosh. W. 
Huang, D. Johnson, S. Khabbaz. J. King. G. McAllister, G. 



McCluskey, C. Queen, G. Rayna, E Salathe, M. 
Schechter, P. Smith. A Snyder, L. Stanley, G. Stengle, S. 
Szczepanski. R. Venkataraman. A. Wilansky. J. Vukich. 



Arts & Science 71 



Military Science 



Leadership and excellence started here in 
1919. Lehigh ROTC is one of the oldest in our 
nation. Army ROTC at Lehigh University is 
about producing leaders for the future. Our 
leaders learn to demonstrate: 

* Initiative 

* Competence 

* Fighting Spirit 

* Confidence 

The Army ROTC Leader Development Pro- 
gram at Lehigh University is dynamic! We 
develop high quality officers to serve our na- 
tion and to lead its soldiers. These soldiers are 
young citizens that our nation offers us as its 
most precious asset. We take this responsibil- 
ity seriously. 

The responsibility to lead others is serious 
business at Lehigh Army ROTC. Therefore, 
our cadets must pass through several "Quali- 
ty Gates" before they are granted the oppor- 
tunity to pin on the "Gold Bar" of a leader. 
Our cadets must demonstrate proficiency in 
18 leadership dimensions, with special em- 
phasis on academics, physical stamina and 
ethical behavior. 





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and Lehigh all fit together to 
produce the best minds and 
leaders our nation demands. 
Right: Miss Laura Owens, re- 
cent graduate of U.S. Army Ad- 
vance Camp at Fort Bragg, NC. 
Once again she is in a leader- 
ship position in front of soldiers 
of Lehigh Army ROTC. Laura 
was an honor graduate in her 
platoon at Ft. Bragg. Above left: 
Cadet Bill Thumm, engineering 
major and recent graduate of 
Army Airborne School at Fort 
Benning, GA. Below left: Cadet 
rappeling off Grace Hall. 




72 Academics 






Modem Foreign 
Languages 

The most exciting development this year was the 
award to the Department of a $100,000 grant from the 
arthur Vining Davis Foundations to upgrade the Lan- 
guage Laboratory. A Language Laboratory Committee 
was formed to study the new video, satellite, and comput- 
er technology that will be incorporated in the new facility. 
The Committee made several fact finding trips to study 
stateof-the-art facilities in the Northeast in order to plan 
the acquisition and configuration of the new International 
Media Resource Center to be installed on the top floor of 
Maginnes Hall in conjunction with the Department's 
move there in the summer of 1991. 

Japanese language was introduced on an experimental 
basis, and both the new video-based course and the in- 
structor were well received. Two additional classrooms 
were equipped with video to accommodate the increas- 
ing demand for video-based courses in Chinese, French, 
Russian, and Spanish. 

The three year, $180,000 NEH grant, designed to en- 
hance instruction in Russian and Chinese allowed those 
programs to add new permanent faculty — Professor 
Mary Nicholas and Professor Connie Cook — and several 
new upper level courses. The same grant provided sup- 
port for Professor Anna Herz to lead a popular study tour 
to the O.S.S.R in May and June. Professor David Panken- 
ier, the recipient of a personal NEH research fellowship. 
was on study leave for the academic year 1989-90 to 
continue research and writing on a book about early 
China. 

A new Lehigh exchange agreement with the Universite 




Department members are: D. Pankenier. Chair; M-S. Arm- 
strong, M H. Chabut, C. Cook, A. Herz, L. Lefkowitz, D. 



Paul Valery in Montpellier, France was completed which 
will provide students with access to an academic year 
program in France to complement the summer programs 
available through LVAIC. A number of MFL majors and 
minors went abroad to study in China, France, Germany, 
Spain, and the Soviet Union. 



Lewis, M. Nicholas, H. Parmet, A. Prieto, V. Stegmann, A. 
Van der Naald, A. Waldenrath, and L. Wolfgang. 



Music 




(LR): S. Sametz. N. Sine, P. Salerno, J. BIdlack. and C. 
Teske. 



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Arts & Science 73 



Philosophy 



Smaller classes and increased faculty-stu- 
dent interaction were the mark of the year in 
philosophy. A restructured Introduction 
class, providing discussion sections with full- 
time faculty of less than twenty students 
proved popular. The text used was The Great 
Conversation, written by Norman Melchert 
and published during the year. 

The philosophy club met weekly under the 
leadership of Cheryl Osieki, a senior bound 
for graduate school. And the annual Reading 
Party — a sort of philosophy retreat for stu- 
dents and faculty — sparkled on a Pocono 
weekend. 

The department welcomed Mark Bickhard, 
the holder of the new Henry R. Luce Profes- 
sorship in Cognitive Robotics and the Philoso- 
phy of Knowledge. Professor Bickhard has a 
joint appointment with psychology. 

A highlight of the year was the annual Sel- 
fridge Lectureship. W.V. Quine, one of the 
most influential philosophers of the century, 
was on campus for four days of searching 
talks about his work and several public lee- 




Department members are: R. Barnes, G. Beam, M. Bick- 
hard, R. Dillon, J. Hobbs, R. Lindgren, IS. Melchert, S. 
Goldman, G. Schalliol. 



tures. Philosophy, the search for widsom, is 
alive and well at Lehigh. 



Physics 



Physics is the search for the fundamental 
principles which allow us to think about the 
world of matter, energy, and their interactions 
in a clear and simple manner. It is the founda- 
tion for the understanding of all natural phe- 
nomena. Education in physics enables the 
student to appreciate and understand the sci- 
entific achievements of the recent past and to 
actively participate in current research. Such 
training also equips the student to apply 
physical laws and experimental techniques to 
a wide range of applications. 

Lehigh offers four undergraduate and two 
graduate degrees in physics: the B.A. and 
B.S. in physics in the College of Arts and 
Science; the B.S. in engineering physics and a 
five-year, two B.S. degree program in electri- 
cal engineering - engineering physics in the 
College of Engineering and Applied Science; 
and the M.S. and Ph.D. in physics. 

The physics department currently has 21 
full-time faculty, 2 postdoctoral research sci- 
entists, 56 full-time graduate students, and 26 
declared undergraduate majors in the two col- 




Department members are: B. Benson, G. Borse, G. De- 
Leo. R. Folk, W. Fowler. D. Hong, J. Huennekens, A. 
Kanofsky, Y. Kim, J. Lecini, M. Malcuit, J. McLennan, D. 

leges. Normally 60% of the graduating seniors 
proceed directly to graduate study in physics. 
A few continue their studies in areas outside 
physics such as engineering, law and medi- 
cine. Students who seek employment with a 
bachelor's degree will often be employed in an 



Ou-Yang, R. Pakula, S. Radin, R. Shaffer, W. Smith, 
Stavola. A. Streater, J. Toulouse, and G. Watkins. 



R&D section of a large company. 

The physics department is committed to 
providing outstanding undergraduate and 
graduate programs, and our graduates have 
been very successful. 



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Psychology 



Lehigh's Psychology Department, which 
las the greatest number of majors and minors 

n the Arts and Science College, also has one 
jf the fastest growing graduate programs in 

he College. Eleven dedicated faculty keep at 
;he leading edge of their particular fields by 
:onducting research and presenting their 
iwork at major scientific conferences. A broad 
■ange of courses is offered in basic psycholo- 
gy as well as in the areas of biopsychology, 
cognition and learning, developmental, per- 
sonality, experimental, and abnormal psy- 
chology. Located in historical Chandler-GII- 
man Hall, we have ample space and 
state of-the-art facilities for upperclass under- 
graduate students to acquire valuable first- 
hand experience in the Child Development 
Laboratory, the Cognitive Laboratory, the 
Biopsychology Research Facility, and the 
Phobia Research Program, etc. Also offered is 
a departmental honors program in which se- 
niors can work on projects to allow in-depth 
study beyond that permitted by normal 
coursework. 




Psychology Department 



The B.A. in psychology provides prepara- 
tion for a variety of different fields. In addition 
to serving as a preparational degree for fur- 
ther study in psychology, our program pre- 
pares graduates to go on to graduate studies 
in social work or special education, for exam 



pie, or to medical, dental or law school. The 
minor in psychology is often used in conjunc- 
tion with degrees in marketing, international 
relations, and other fields. The Psychology 
Department faculty is committed to helping 
students achieve their full potential. 



Religion Studies 




Left to Right: M. Girardot, L. Silberstein, C. Weissler, M. 
Robosa. 



Arts & Science 75 



Science, Technology, 
and Society 



The Science, Technology and Society Pro- 
grann, originally established in 1972, is the 
product of a continuing intercollege effort to 
create a common ground from which to ex- 
plore the relations between science, technol- 
ogy and society; between ideas, machines 
and values. The STS Program serves as a 
focal point for a wide range of courses that 
study the natures of science and of technol- 
ogy, and analyze their social and personal 
implications. It lends coherence and visibility 
to offerings otherwise dispersed throughout 
the catalog. 

The STS Program offers both a major and a 
minor. The major in Science, Technology and 
Society Studies prepares students for gradu- 
ate study. or for a wide variety of career oppor- 
tunities including policy analysis, planning, or 
community relations with public or private 
sector agencies concerned with the social re- 
lations of scientific research and technologi- 
cal innovation. The minor program is particu- 
larly attractive for students interested in 
complementing their more traditional disci- 
plinary major with studies in some interdisci- 
plinary aspect of the relationships between 
science, technology and society. Whether it is 
engineering students desirous of learning 
more about the social context within which 
they will be doing their work, liberal arts stu- 
dents interested in knowing about the techni- 
cal background of political issues they might 
ultimately have to vote on some day, or busi- 
ness students anxious to understand more 
fully the value contect of technical decision- 
making processes in the managerial world, 
STS offers an opportunity to study these 
questions along with many more topical is- 
sues of the day. Donna Gaugler, a current 
STS major in the Class of 1992, will be pursu- 
ing a local area, STS-related internship this 
summer. 




Front (It): S. Goldman, S. Cutcliffe Back (l-r): Donna Gaugler (Lehigh's only STS major), lA. Carlin. 



The STS Program sponsors numerous pub- 
lic lectures, colloquia, and seminars through- 
out the course of the academic year. This 
year STS co-sponsored a year-long weekly 
seminar with the History Department on his- 
tory of technology and technology studies. In 
addition, STS sponsored a major academic 
conference entitled: "Leonardo da Vinci's 
Sforza Monument Horse: The Art and the En- 
gineering." The conference brought together 
leading scholars from around the world to 
analyze the aesthetic, historic, and technical 
aspects of Leonardo's great Renaissance 
equestrian monument. The dynamics of inter- 
departmental and intercollege interaction for 



both faculty and students alike make for a 
stimulating intellectual experience, and also 
provide a more realistic preparation for stu- 
dents entering into their professional adult 
careers where life is not arranged simply by 
academic disciplines. 



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Social Relations 



Greetings from our quaint outpost — Price Hall It is 
'rom this well appointed, luxurious structure that the 
acuity, staff, and students of the Department of Social 
Relations venture forth seeking the truth about social 
xhavior. The ghosts of Marx. Weber. Durkheim. and 
-reud can be heard amidst the humming of computers, 
he chattering of printers, and the creaking of timbers. 

There are some missing faces as well as new ones in 
;he Department this year. Professor Mcintosh took leave 
:o do research in England. Professor Lasker returned to 
ler post as Associate Dean of the College. Professor 
Herrenkohl was drafted to become Vice Provost and Dean 
Df Graduate Studies. And, our departmental coordinator 
?or the past several years. Judy Specht, left Lehigh to 
«ork nearer to her home in Philadelphia. New arrivals 
nclude Professor Small, formerly of the Classics Depart- 
•pent, whose reception was tarnished by a raccoon with a 
:ase of the "munchies" (the little varmint ate up about 
$2000 worth of David's books in an over night rampage). 
!arol Sabo took over the helm as department coordina 
lor. And, Professor Gatewood returned from his stint in 
Ihe Dean's Office to succeed Mcintosh as department 
:hair. In a year of changes and high seas, the stalwart and 
'eliable Professors Campbell. Frankel. Rosenwein. Spade, 
jnd Tannenbaum were largely responsible for keeping 
the department on an even keel. 

Without a doubt, however, the high point of the year 
«as the opening of Price Hall's newly refurbished, porce- 
ain palaces. We were all quite flushed with excitement 
«hen the Social Relations Club staged the opening cere- 




Department members are: C. Batt. A. Boswell. D. Camp- 
bell, B. Frankel, J. Gatewood. R. Herrenkohl. K. Koene- 
mund, P. Kozero, J. Lasker, J. Mcintosh, J. Neitzel. M. 

monials for our renovated, floor towelling tiled restrooms. 
Although faculty did commence to quarrel over who 
would gel to move their offices into these immaculate 
and well lighted spaces, the acrimony ended with a time- 
sharing plan, and felicitous social relations resumed. 



Rosenhaus, R. Rosenwein, C. Sabo. D. Small, J. Snowell. 
J. Spade, S. Steward, IS. Tannenbaum, and R. William- 
son. 



Theatre 



The biggest news this year for the department of the 
atre was our accreditation by the National Association of 
Schools of Theatre. Lehigh now has one of only three 
accredited theatre programs in Pennsylvania. The visit- 
ing team's report praised the "quality and morale " of the 
faculty and staff, the variety of curricular options in 
theatre, the "devoted, capable, and energetic" students, 
and the "excellent teach/student ratio, opportunities for 
all students to participate in most elements of the produc- 
tion process, and an unusually high level of collegial 
contact with the faculty." 

Recent sharp increases in enrollment led to the "'de- 
partment permission required '" designation for several 
design/technical courses and advanced acting courses. 
Still, some 500 students from all three undergraduate 
colleges took a theatre class this year. We graduated 
seven theatre majors and nine theatre minors from all 
over the University. 

During the fall semester, we hosted the first Jerome 
Mlnskoff Artist-in Residence. Playwright/juggler Russei 
Davis worked with director Pam Pepper"s production 
seminar class to produce the world premiere of his play 
APPOINTMENT WITH A HIGH WIRE LADY. Russell also 
taught a very popular course in playwrighting. 

The 1990-1991 Lehigh University Theatre season 
opened with a sold-out run of WHAT THE BUTLER SAW. 
directed by department chairman Augustine Ripa. fol- 
lowed by the world premiere of APPOINTMENT WITH A 
HIGH WIRE LADY The spring semester began with visit- 
ing assistant professor Mark Fearnows energetic produc- 




Department members are: A. Ripa. Chair; A. Blatt. M. 
Fearnow, D. Kendrick, J. Milet, V. Neal, P. Pepper, A. 
Roney, N. Verbonitz. 



tion of THE BACCHAE. The season closed with GET- 
TING OCT, directed by Denise lavicoli "91. 

The department continued its active participation in 
the American College Theater Festival (ACTF^. Assistant 
professor Pam Pepper was named to the Region II execu- 
tive committee, and began a three-year term as vice<:hair 
for playwrighting awards. The department hosted the 



Region II executive committee meeting to choose produc- 
tions for presentation at the regional festival. 



Arts & Science 77 



ARTS & SCIENCE 



Urban Studies 

Urban Studies is not a major for faintheart- 
ed collegians interested in a shallow acquaint 
ance with the latest "urban crisis" discovered 
by the breathless media. We seek to impart a 
careful analytical grasp of the patterns of life 
in large human settlements. In the process, 
we try our best to deliver the classic benefits 
of a liberal arts education helping our stu- 
dents to reason more clearly, search more 
diligently for the truth, and argue more effec 
tively. We combine many disciplines; an (Jr 
ban Studies major takes courses with econo 
mists, architects, historians, anthropologists 
political scientists, and perhaps even a classi 
cist or geologist. Consequently, ours is a ma 
jor readily combined with a second ("double") 
major, most commonly in Architecture, Eco- 
nomics, or Government. 

Most of our graduates have entered the 
business world, which suits us fine. We think 
the sort of broad liberal education we offer is 
the best possible preparation for the adven- 
tures of the marketplace. Law is the second 
most popular career choice among Urban 
Studies majors. Others go into real estate. 




Department members are: D. Amidon, F. Colon, B. Fran- 
kel, W. Pillsbury. R. Simon, and I. Zaknic. 



banking, public service (planning and city 
management), medicine, and architecture. 

We are a small operation and students get 
to know us well. Several courses include field 
trips to Philadelphia or New York, and some 
students choose to spend internship semes- 



ters in Philadelphia or Washington for the ma- 
jor credit. Our philosophy? You spend 
$18,000 a year to improve your mind and 
your chances in life. We aim to help our stu- 
dents do both. 




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Arts & Science 79 



College Of 

Business 

& 

Economics 



Richard W. Barsness 
Dean 





Joseph P. Klein 
Assistant Dean 




80 Academics 



BOSINESS 



Accounting 



Accounting at Lehigh has a reputation for 
being a challenging four-year grind, so why do 
about 100 students a year graduate as ac- 
counting majors? 

Seniors Mike Nichols, president of the ac- 
counting honor society, and Julie Fisch, presi- 
dent of the accounting club, have been 
through three of four of the toughest years of 
their young lives. And they are loving it. 

"You can't be an accounting major without 
motivation," Nichols says. "The first account- 
ing class I took was very difficult. It really 
turned me on." 

"Accounting prepared me to go in any di- 
rection. I feel confident I could work in a large 
accounting firm, industry, or banking," says 
Fisch. 

"Students sometimes complain while 
they're doing the work," says assistant pro- 
fessor Robyn Lawrence, "but after they've 
accomplished something, they feel it was 
worth it." 

"Students are motivated to tackle the 
work," says Ken Sinclair, department chair- 
man, "because they get personal attention 
and stimulation in and out of class, and be- 
cause they know that once they graduate, 
they will be ready to step into a job." 

"Lehigh accounting majors traditionally do 
well with the 'Big Six' accounting firms, in- 
dustry, banking, law and graduate educa- 
tion," Sinclair notes. "A big reason they do so 
well in job searches is that they know more 
than just how to complete a financial report. 
Our objective is to teach students how to 
think, and recruiters know Lehigh graduates 
have that ability," he says. 




Lr: F. Luh, R. Mius, P. Gupta, J. Kercsmar, J. Paul, J. 
Hall, D. Bainbridge, M. Ray, K. Sinclair, R. Lawrance 



Each spring, sophomores and juniors at- 
tend Career Day, where they meet representa- 
tives of about 40 prospective employers. In 
courses, regular guest speakers from the busi- 
ness world are invited to help bring classroom 
material to life. Fall field trips to New York 
City or Philadelphia expose students to inter- 
national accounting firms. In a new course, 
students practice making oral presentations 
in front of a video camera. 

But perhaps the biggest advantage Lehigh 
accounting has over larger schools is class 
size. Professor Bob Mills says the department 
decided about 20 years ago to keep class size 
small for even introductory accounting 
courses, which at some universities include 



Department members are: K. Sinclair. Chair; D. Bain 
bridge, K. Collins. M. Davis, M. Greenstein. P. Gupta, J 
Hall, J. Largay, R. Lawrence, F. Luh, R. Mills, J. Paul, M 
Ray, J. Rebele. 



hundreds of students crowded into large lee 
ture halls. Lehigh beginning courses have nc 
more than 35 students, with advancec 
courses having even fewer students. Further 
more, courses are taught primarily by full 
time faculty, not teaching assistants. 

In addition to their formidable teaching 
commitment, the accounting faculty are busy' 
doing research, developing textbooks or serv 
ing in professional societies. 

"The research we do is important," says 
Manash Ray, assistant professor. "But it is 
particularly rewarding when professors use 
their research in the classroom, as we dc' 
here." Accounting at Lehigh is rewarding tc 
students willing to do the work. 



82 Academics 




Department members are: J. Aronson, N. Balabkins, C. 
Callahan, A. Cohen, J. Dearden. F. Gunter, T. Hyclak, J. 
Innes, A. King, J. McNamara, R. Mudambi, V. Munley, A. 



O'Brien. W. Pillsbury, 
Thornton. 



E. Schwartz. L. Taylor, and R 



Finance 



The field of finance is concerned witii the 
transfer of funds from savers to users and the 
allocation of funds within an enterprise 
among competing demands for the funds. At- 
tention is also focused on the institutions and 
instruments necessary to facilitate this trans- 
fer of funds. Hence, the Department of Fi- 
nance offers courses and undertakes research 
in the areas of Business Finance, Invest- 
ments, Security Analysis, Portfolio Manage- 
ment, Financial Flows and Markets, Bank 
Management, Financial Futures and Options, 
and International Financial Management. In 
this way it has been able to prepare students 
for attractive careers in the finance function 
3f industrial firms, brokerage houses, banks 
and other financial intermediaries: investment 
banking, financial analysis, institutional inves- 
tors, and national and international capital 
markets. 




Department members are: C. Beidleman, Chair; S Buell, 
D. Fletcher, J. Greenleaf. R. Kish, M. Schranz, S. Thode. 
and G. Vasconcellos. 



Business 83 



BUSINESS 



Law & Business 

The faculty of the Department of Law and 
Business consists of Brian Brockway, who 
specializes in commercial and tax law; Linda 
Mosakowski, who specializes in tax and bank- 
ruptcy law; George Nation, who specializes in 
corporate and commercial law; and Perry Zir- 
kel, who specializes in labor and education 
law. Brockway and Zirkel are senior faculty, 
both of whom are at the distinguished level of 
"university professor." Mosakowski and Na- 
tion are assistant professors, who add breadth 
and growth to the teaching, research, and 
service activities of the department. 

The department provides a range of 
courses, from the popular university-wide of- 
fering in Introduction to Law to advanced 
graduate-level courses in Commercial, Tax, 
and International Law. 

In the research area, the faculty continues 
to increase their production of publications in 
national journals. 



Marketing 




I 




Front (L-R): L. Mosaykowski, R. Barsness, G. Nation, 
Back (L R): J. Hamrick, P. Zirkel, M. Schneiderman. Miss 
ing: B. Brockway, C. Shoemaker. 




Department members are: J. Hansz, Chair; R. Norton, C. 
McDonald, J. Maskulka, T. Maskulka, J. Schaeffer, and 
B. Smackey. 



84 Academics 




vianagement 



The entire faculty and staff of the Depart- 
nent of Management was accommodated for 
he first time in almost twenty years in a 
ingle building — the Rauch Business Center, 
/hich was dedicated on 1 1 Oct 90. Prior to 
he Fall '90 semester, various members of the 
lepartment's faculty and staff were frac- 
ioned between four sites on and off campus. 
Tom this point onward, the entire depart- 
nent can begin to integrate its activities more 
asily into a cohesive focused thrust. 

ALDEN BEAN and JOHN BONGE co- 
haired the department during the 1990-91 
cademic year. BEAN, the Kenan professor of 
nanagement and technology, divided his ef- 
orts between: (a) departmental chair respon- 
ibilities; (b) initiating and coordinating the 
lationwide satellite linkage for programs of- 
ered through the National Technological CJni- 
ersity (NTU); (c) directing activities of the 
'enter for innovation Management Studies 
ZIMS) — the unique industry/university co- 
perative research center for studying rela- 
ionships between technological innovation, 
nanagement decision-making, industrial 
irowth, and productivity; plus (d) playing a 
entral role in developing cross-challenge R & 
■) career projects at the undergraduate level 
letween chemistry, chemical engineering, 
nd business administration. Professor 
JONGE, on the other hand, directed activities 
if the Musser Center for Entrepreneurship 
Formerly the Small Business Development 
"enter), in addition to handling various de- 
•artmental chair responsibilities, plus gener- 
ting and coordinating research proposals on 
lient needs and consultant responses to 
hose needs in the Lehigh Valley. 

Professor BENJAMIN LITT joined CIMS 
luring the year on community bridge-building 
ictivities in the management of technolgy 
rea between the departments of Industrial 
ingineering and Management. He is also redi- 
ecting the focus of several of his seminars, 
)articularly those connected with the Manu- 
acturing System Engineering graduate pro- 
|ram, toward the newly emerging areas of 
legotiating strategy skills and the ethical di- 
nensions of organization decision-making. 
\ssociate professor TED SCHLIE continues 
o shepherd theses of graduate students who 
ire involved in NTU's Master of Science in 
'"echnology Management program, in addi- 
ion to serving as associate director of CIMS 
n charge of screening and securing funds for 
enter-sponsored research projects. Schlie is 
ilso authoring an advanced textbook in man- 
ifacturing and competitive strategy, along 
vith assisting in developing a graduate level 




Department members are: R. Barsness. A. Bean. J. Bonge, J. Hobbs. M. Kolchin. B, Litt. P Poole, T. Schlie. S. Sherer, 
and J. Stevens. 



curriculum in management-industrial engi- 
neering-manufacturing systems engineering. 

Associate professor MICHAEL KOLCHIN 
continues intensive involvement in the Na- 
tional Association of Purchasing Manage- 
ment, serving on its board of trustees of the 
Center for Advanced Purchasing Studies and 
participating in NAPM's purchasing and ma 
terials management research symposium. 
Augmenting those activities are his interests 
in examining purchasing practices and perfor- 
mances in various sectors of the economy, 
along with conducting negotiating training 
seminars for multinational corporations as 
General Electric. JOHN STEVENS, associate 
professor and Colonel in the U.S. Army is 
conducting research during the 1990-91 aca- 
demic year at the American War College at 
Carlisle, Pennsylvania on tactics for redeploy- 
ment and reorganization of military unites. 

SUSAN SHERER, assistant professor and 
member of the prestigious Society of Informa 
tion Management, serves on one of its com 
mittees to foster interaction between academ 
ics, industrial, and public sector practitioners 
Several of her papers on software risk man 
agement have been published during the past 
two years, in addition to papers presented at 
the Center for Management, Policy, Strategy, 
and Organization. She is integrating the grant 
received from the Association for Computing 
Machinery into a book she currently has in 



process on software risk assessment. Assis- 
tant professor PETER POOLE is serving as 
departmental representative on the college- 
wide Project 21 task force that is charged 
with revising the undergraduate curriculum in 
response to the challenges of the 2 1 st century 
— which is now less than ten years distant. 
And AL BIRD, instructor, is completing his 
doctoral dissertation at the University of 
Houston while also developing a project on 
the interplay between strategy and long-term 
ethics. 

Finally, the first chair of the department, 
the Frank L. Magee professor JAMES HOBBS 
is retiring after serving in the departments of 
Economics, Accounting, Management, Fi- 
nance, Marketing, and law on various occa- 
sions during the past 25 years. He leaves be- 
hind a legacy of illigitum Non Carborundum. 



Business 85 



College Of 

Engineering 

& 

Applied Science 



Kenneth W. Sawyers Tv' •" 
Associate Dean v'l 



Fazil Erdogan 
Dean 




86 Academics 



ENGINEERING 




Chemical Engineering 



Civil Engineering 



88 Academics 




Department members are: P. BIythe, H. Caram, M. Reilly, M. Santore, W. Schiesser, C. Silebi, L. Sperling. F 
Charles, J. Chen, M. El Aasser, C. Georgakis, W. Hencke, Stein, H. Stenger, and I. Wachs. 
J. Hsu, A. Humphrey, A. Klein, W. Luyben, J. Phillips, M. 



^^S^^^^^SK^BI^^^^mS 




Department Members Are: H. Daniels, Q. Driscoll, J. Ostapenko, S. Pamukcu, S. Pessiki, R. Sause, A. Sen- 
Egbers, H. Fang, J, Fisher, T. Huang, R. Johnson, C. gupta, R. Sorensen, J. Taber, D. Van Horn, R. Weisman, 
Kostem, I. Kugelman, G. Lennon, L. Lu, P. Mueller, A. J. Wilson, and B. Yen. 




computer Science & 
Electrical Engineering 

The Computer Science and Electrical Engi- 
leering Department is one of the largest aca- 
lemic departments at Lehigh with about 400 
indergraduates (sophomore to senior) and 
100 graduate students, of which 90 are full 
ime. The CSEE curriculum within the Col- 
ege of Engineering and Applied Sciences are 
iccredited in Electrical Engineering, Comput- 
;r Engineering and Computer Science. These 
lisciplines are central to the national effort to 
leal with the issues of international competi- 
iveness. They range from the fundamental 
iesign and theoretical aspects of engineering 
o computer and informational systems re- 
juired to manage and transform major pro- 
luction or administratively oriented 
;nterprises. 

Active faculty review of the undergraduate 
>rogram assures timely response to meet the 
Jemands of the rapid progress in our disci- 
plines. Equally important has been a recogni- 
ion for the need to provide more opportuni- 
ies for students to meet and work with 
acuity members in less formal settings. 
These include working with students organi- 
'.ations such as IEEE student branch and an 




Department members are: C. Adomshick, H Barada, R. 
Barnes, G, Blank, D Christodoulides, S. Corbesero, R. 
Decker, R. Denton, A Dingle, N. Eberhardt, D. Frey. S. 
Gulden. M. Hatalis, F. Hielscher, D. Hillman, C. Holzinger, 

Artificial Intelligence student group. A faculty 
committee works actively to increase these 
interactions, with, for example, special orien- 
tation days for sophomores and with more 
activities of a similar nature. 

Computer facilities have been expanded 
significantly by a recent AT & T award to 



J. Hwang, E. Kay, A. Larky, W. Li, R. Nagel, K. Norian, J. 
O'Connor, M. Spezialetti, D. Talhelm. E. Thompson, K. 
Tzeng, L. Vernerin, M Wagh, M White, and D Young. 

Strengthen our (JMIX environment through a 
second 3BI5 superminicomputer and an M- 
Cube parallel processor, as well as sixteen 
graphics terminals. Beyond this are depart- 
ment Intel, Sun, Tektronix, Valid and Hewlett 
Packard work stations for both instructional 
and research use. 



Industrial Engineering 

The class of 1991 was the first industrial 
engineering class to take all of its IE courses 
in the Mohler Laboratory building. The depart- 
ment faculty completed the move to the 
Mohler building in January 1988, and we are 
finally getting accustomed to our new sur- 
roundings after many years of sharing Pack- 
ard Lab with the Electrical and Mechanical 
Engineering Departments. 

Several new pieces of laboratory equip- 
ment were acquired during the last year to 
confuse and complicate the lives of the class 
of 1991 (and its successors): new computers 
and software for the Computer Integrated 
Manufacturing Lab and Information Systems 
Lab, and two new production machines and 
an assembly line conveyor for the Manufac- 
turing Technology Lab. The graduating class 
acquired a first-hand experience in planning 
the production of a product on an assembly 
line, and then working on the line using their 
plan. That's justice. 

In Fall 1989, the department welcomed two 
new faculty members: Dr. Laura Burke (assis- 
tant professor) and Dr. Keith Gardiner (visit- 




Department members are: M. Thomas. Chair; J. Adams. 
L. Burke, K. Gardiner, M. Groover, IS. Odrey. L. Plebani. 



ing professor). Dr. Burke received her Ph.D. in 
industrial engineering from the University of 
California-Berkeley in 1989. Her dissertation 
research considered the application of neural 
networks to problems in manufacturing. Dr. 
Gardiner is a reformed metallurgist, having 



G. Sathyanarayanan, R. Storer, G. Tonkay, J. Wiginton, 
G. Wilson, S. Wu, and E. Zimmors. 



received his B.S. and Ph.D. in that field from 
the University of Manchester (England). He 
worked for IBM Corporation for many years 
before coming to Lehigh to direct our gradu- 
ate program in Manufacturing Systems 
Engineering. 



Engineering 89 



ENGINEERING 

Materials Science And 
Engineering 



The academic year 1990-1991 has been a 
milestone year for the Department of Materi- 
als Science and Engineering as it was our 
Centennial Year! Actually, the department 
can trace its beginning back to the founding 
of Lehigh University. When Lehigh was found- 
ed 125 years ago, there were five depart- 
ments, or "schools" as they were then called, 
and one of these was the School of Mining 
and Metallurgy. In 1890, the Mining and Met- 
allurgy School became two departments — 
the Mining Department and the Metallurgy 
Department. This Metallurgy Department is 
known today as the Department of Materials 
Science and Engineering and is recognized as 
one of the top metallurgy/ materials depart- 
ments in the United States and Canada. 

The beginning of the Centennial Celebra- 
tion was marked by a three-day program on 
November 1-3. On November 1 tours of the 
newly painted and decorated Whitaker Lab- 
oratory, home of the department and the Ma- 
terials Research Center, were given for alumni 
and friends before an evening banquet at the 
Mountaintop Campus. Nearly 250 undergrad- 
uates, graduate students, faculty, alumni, and 
friends attended the banquet where distin- 
guished alumni and former department chair- 
men were honored. The department's chair- 
men, Professor Richard Hertzberg, served as 
master of ceremonies for this event. Distin- 
guished Alumni Awards were presented to 
the three former students of the department; 
the recipients were: Peter R. Bridenbaugh, 
vice president of Alcoa Corp.; Frederick C. 
Langenberg, chairman and chief executive of- 
ficer of the Interlake Corp.; and U.S. congres- 
sional representative Don Ritter. Doctors Rob- 
ert D. Stout and Joseph F. Libsch, 
department chairmen emeriti, were honored 
and suprised by the unveiling of their por- 
traits at the banquet. The oil paintings will be 
placed in the department's conference room 
in Whitaker Laboratory. Prof. Rustom Roy, 
Evan Pugh Professor of Solid State Science at 
Pennsylvania State University, was the eve- 
ning's keynote speaker. 

A technical symposium was held on Fri- 
day, November 2, to address the future chal- 
lenges in the materials field. The session was 
chaired by Prof. Donald Smyth, director of 
the Materials Research Center. The Saturday 
morning program was given to discussions on 
"precollege students' interest in science and 
engineering" and was chaired by Prof. Himan- 
shu Jain. A tailgate-lunch and football game 
ended the three-day celebration. 

Other significant activities in this centenni- 
al year included among others i) the addition 



90 Academics 



II 





4R1IW PE9EV I, 




Front (1-r): H. Chan, H. Jain, Y. Chou. R. Hertzberg. D Williams, M. Harmer, S. Tarby Back (l-r): K. Gardiner, D. Thomas, 
D. Smyth, D. Pense, G. Miller, C. Lyman 

Department members are: B. Avitzur, S. Butler, H. Chan, Y. Chou, J. Goldstein, W. Hahn, M. Harmer, R. Hertzberg. R. 
Jaccodine, H. Jain, C. Lyman, A. Marder, G. Miller. M. Notis, R. Pearson, A Pense. D. Smyth, L. Sperling, S. Tarby, D. 
Thomas. D. Williams, and J. Wood. 

of a new faculty member of polymeric materi- 
als. Prof. Raymond Pearson, ii) the approval 
of an entirely new curriculum for undergradu- 
ates in materials science and engineering, iii) 
invited speakers for the Karakash Lecture Se- 
ries, and iv) the kickoff of a fund raising cam- 
paign for the department. Regarding the lat- 
ter, the faculty officially introduced the 
Materials Science and Engineering Faculty 
Centennial Scholarship Fund which will be 
used to support future MS & E majors. 



Mechanical Engineering 



The department faculty underwent a num- 
3er of changes this year. Professor Fazil Erdo- 
gan became Interim Dean of the College of 
Engineering and Applied Sciences and was 
•epiaced by Professor Robert P. Wei as Chair- 
■nan of the Department. Professor Ken Saw- 
/ers became Associate Dean of the College of 
Engineering and Applied Sciences. Professor 
Dominic Edelen transferred to the Mathemat- 
ics Department. On sabbatical are Professor 
Kyra D. Stephanoff, Alexander Von Humboldt 
Foundation Fellowship (Germany), Professor 
Terry J. Delph, NSF Grant (Germany), and 
Professor Robert R. Wei, Alexander Von Hum- 
boldt Foundation Award for Senior U.S. Scien- 
tists (Germany). Joining the department is 
Professor John Coulter who comes to Lehigh 
from industry and obtained his Ph.D. from the 
University of Delaware in 1988. 

The senior class managed, as usual, to fin- 
ish their design projects by December. The 
group building the first Lehigh entry in 10 
years for the Mini-Baja 8 HP all terrain vehicle 




Department members are: R. Benner. P. Blythe, F. 
Brown. J Coulter, T. Delph. F. Erdogan, G. Harlow, R 
Hartranft, S. Johnson, A. Kalnins, J. Kazakia, E. Levy, A. 
Liakopoulos, R. Lucas, A Macpherson, S Neti, J. Ochs, 

competition, hampered by course work, parts 
delivery and shop work delays, have been 
able to brng together the elements of a vehi- 
cle which will be tested and ready by May. 



J. Owczarek, T. Ozsoy, N. Perriera, R. Roberts, D. Rock 
well. R. Sarubbi. K Sawyers, G. Sih, C. Smith, G Smith, 
K. Stephanoff, T. Terry, D. (Jpdike, E Varley. A Volo- 
shin, D. Walker, and R. Wei. 



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Sports 



Co-Sports Editors: 




Steven Gabbay 



Doug Goldner 



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Divider 93 




Football 



Football Team Results ■ (7-4) 



Fordham 


W 


35-3 


At Towson State 


W 


35-14 


At Dartmouth 


L 


33-14 


Columbia 


W 


42-9 


At Pennsylvania 


W 


22-16 


At Northeastern 


w 


28-13 


At Holy Cross 


L 


34-22 


At William & Mary 


L 


38-17 


Colgate 


W 


52-7 


Bucknell 


L 


30-27 


At Lafayette 


W 


3514 



Eric Abramson 
Joe Ackiewicz 
Brett Almassy 
Roland Anderson 
Luarence Arico 
David Arndt 
Dave Asker 
Steve Banovic 
Paul Baran 
Ken Beesmer 
David Begelman 
Conney Berger 
Erik Bird 

Peter Brandenburger 
Brett Brown 
Rich Brown 
Mike Butz 
Marcelo Campillay 
Lee Cartellone 
Dave Cecchini 
Adam Ciperski 
Greg Cipriano 
Mike Citarella 
Rich Clark 
Tommy Clark 
Dan Clemens 
Kevin Costello 
Jason Cristino 
Tom Cunningham 
Herve Damas 
Kevin D'Ambrosia 



Paul Deluiliis 
Paul DeJesse 
David DiDomizio 
Craig Domalewski 
Brian Duda 
Charles Endicott 
Tom Erwin 
Tim Fisher 
John Gehrig 
Matt Gent 
Charles Getz 
Chris Green 
Jeremy Grim 
Eric Hagberg 
Chris Hager 
Jeffery Hahn 
Bill Hahner 
Horace Hamm 
Shon Marker 
Lance Haynes 
Robert Hess 
John Hillis 
Calvin Hobbs 
Ronald Horton 
Kevin Jefferson 
Dan Johnson 
Jarrod Johnson 
Tommy Johnson 
Ken Joseph 
Ryan Karp 
Glenn Kempa 



Scott Lawhead 
Sean Lenahan 
Mike Linstroth 
Mark Lookenbill 
Karl Lowa 
Jim Lynch 
Craig Melograno 
John McCarthy 
Sean McCarthy 
Christopher Menet 
Mike Moriarty 
Brian Murphy 
Michael Nardella 
Kirk Miemeyer 
Jeff OHagan 
Rich Owens 
Mark Paciolla 
Keith Petzold 
Lee Picariello 
Tim Pilcher 
Mick Roccaforte 
Dave Rosen 
Kevin Rubin 
Rocco Russomanno 
Matt Sankey 
Jeffrey Schiller 
Jeff SchuU 
Doug Scott 
Eric Scott 
Peter Sczerbinski 
Scott Semptimpheiter 



Anthony Slllmperi 
John Slowick 
Pete Smerecki 
Greg Smiechowski 
Phil Smith 
Al Snyder 
Keith Stephenson 
Alexander Sun 
Erick Torain 
Manuel Torres 
Todd Watson 
Jean Pierre Welch 
Patrick Weld 
Mike Wetzel 
Mark Widder 
Rich Windish 
Jesse Wright 
Matt Wylie 
Mike Yadush 



94 Sports 



In this picture senior tailback Eric Torain rushes 
ahead for a few more yards to get that key first 
down. Torain has been a key player for the Engi 
neers this season, setting many records along the 
way. Torain won the Most Valuable Player award 
when the Engineers crushed the Leopards in the 
countries oldest sports rivalry, that being between 
Lehigh and Lafayette, in that game Torain carried 
the ball 36 times for 224 yards and a touchdown, 
f the first Engineer ever to have two games in one 
season where he topped 200 yards. Torain also 
became his school's all-time leading scorer with 306 
points and tied a school record for most career 
touchdowns (50). Perhaps Torain's greatest 
achievement is a career 2,397 yards, fourth on the 
all-time list at Lehigh. (132) 

The Engineers had a very good season this year 
having both a winning record overall of 7-4 and 
within the Patriot League of 3-2. Next year Lehigh 
will be losing many of its star players including 
seniors: Eric Torain, Kevin Costello, and, Shon 
Marker, among others. The incoming freshman 

•jplayers will have a tough time filling the shoes of 

'these athletes. 





In this picture, Lee Picarello, number 51 on the Engineers defense, 
assists in one of his many tackles in the Lehigh/Columbia game. 
Picarello was a very strong asset to the Lehigh football team. This 
photograph depicts only one tackle of his ten unassisted and nine 
assisted tackles in the Columbia game alone. Picarello, a junior was the 
leader on Lehigh's defense with 93 unassisted and 94 assisted tackles 
for the season. This made Picarello second and all league for the season. 
Picarello's impressive talents helped the Engineers in this game as well 
as all season long. 



Al Snyder, #9, leads the Lehigh Engineers to victory in his debut 
as a starter. This senior back-up quarterback completed 22 of 31 
attempts. Al cites hard work and years of dedication for these 
numbers. He has scored two touchdowns, one passing and one 
rushing, and has passed for 313 yards. Snyder, who led Harper 
Junior College to the championships, used this knowledge and expe- 
rience in his play for the Engineers. He was a solid and dependable 
player, who was a backbone to the Engineers success during starting 
quarterback Glen Kempas absence. 




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Soccer 



Jeff Beekman 
Ken Brown 
Henry Cence 
Scott Channbers 
Scott Chinitz 
Doug Gier 
Eric Hermansen 
Ron Katzman 
Tom Kelly 
Brian Lentz 
Chris LeRoy 
Paul Levine 
Wm. Mainwaring 
Joe Martin 
Craig Moser 



Owen Neary 
Mike O'Connell 
Adam Sabella 
Darren Saks 
Jim Samuel 
Walt Somol 
Evan Stein 
Matt Sullivan 
Andrew Udell 
Pete Valianatos 
Elliot Waller 
Tim Weick 
Jon Wolf 
Mike Ziegler 
Mike Zovistoski 



MEN'S SOCCER TEAM RESULTS - (6-13) 



MONMOUTH 


L 10 


HOLY CROSS 


W3-I 


TEMPLE 


W2-1 


at Old Dominion 


L 4- 


at American 


L 3-0 


at Colgate 


W2- 


at George Washing- 






ton 


L 2-0 


RIDER 


L 2- 


at Pennsylvania 


L 1-0 


at Army 


L 2-( 


at Moravian 


W2-0 


LAFAYETTE 


W2-( 


BaCKNELL 


L 10 


EAST 








STROaDSBORG 


L 3- 


LASALLE 


W7-2 


at Fordham 


L 3-( 


DELEWARE 


L 2-1 


MARYLAND-BALT. 








CO 


L 2- 


at F. Dickinson 


L 4-2 







96 Sports 





The men's soccer team has a bright and optimistic 
future ahead of them as they prepare for next season. 
With only one senior leaving, cocaptain and senior 
back Henry Cence, the team will still be very strong. 

The disappointment of not qualifing for the Patriot 
League playoffs this season has not discouraged this 
young team. The hard work, such as postseason prac- 
tice four times a week, exemplifies the strong will of 
this team. "Defense next year will be solid and there 
will be more scoring offensively," said assistant coach 
Tim McWilliams. 

This seasons leading players were co-captain and 
junior back Andrew Udell. Udell is a true leader on the 
team whom most players looked up to. Scott Chinitz, 
sophomore leading forward, and Henry Cence also 
played very strongly. Cence was a leading scorer of 
the season. Top scorer was sophomore forward Evan 
Stein who scored 8 goals. Sophomore goalkeeper, 
Mike Zovistoski and sophomore back Elliot Waller 
showed by their performance this season that they will 
be the leaders of the future. 

Freshman Scott Chambers and Chris Leroy were 
also important additions to the team this season and 
will be an important part of the team's strength in the 
future. 



Sophomore Evan Stein is described as 
■'Lehigh's most dangerous offensive weap- 
on " He scored 8 goals and was Lehigh's 
leading scorer this season He will give the 
soccer team a very strong future Al 
though he did not qualify for the Patriot 
League playoffs this season Evan's contri 
bution was excellent. Assistant coach Tim 
McWilliams and head coach John McClos 
key can look for big things next season 
with Evan Stein and feel he is a strong 
candidate for the first team honors in the 
Patriot League. 




Sophomore midfielder Matt Sullivan keeps control of the ball in this photograph and 
dribbles it down field. Matt has had a strong impact on the team this season. "He is one of 
the most consistent and skilled players on the team this season, " said assistant coach 
Tim McWilliams McWilliams also said that Matt exemplifies the work ethic and leads by 
example The Engineers had a strong season and although they did not qualify for the 
Patriot League Playoffs the team is optimistic and has hope. With a young team and 
players like Matt Sullivan the future is bright for the team. 



Soccer 97 




Volleyball 



WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM RESULTS ■ (9-21) 



at Penn State 


L 


3-0 


PRINCETON 


L 3-0 


at St. Bonaventure 


L 


3-1 


VILLANOVA 


L 3-1 


Brown Tournament: 






at Delaware 


L 3-1 


Brown 


L 


3-1 


LAFAYETTE 


W 3-1 


Yale 


L 


3-0 


ARMY 


L 3-2 


Harvard 


L 


3-1 


at Seton Hall 


L 3-0 


GMass 


L 


3-1 


at Bucknell 


W 3-0 


COLOMBIA 


L 


3-0 


at Colgate 


L 3-0 


at Holy Cross 


L 


31 


FORDHAM 


W 3 1 


at Fordham 


W 


3-0 


RIDER 


W 3-1 


Cornell Tournament: 






at Lafayette 


W 3-1 


Canlsius 


L 


3-0 


Patriot Tourn. 




Hartford 


L 


3-0 


Fordham 


W 3-1 


F. Dickinson 


L 


3-0 


Army 


L 3-2 


Cornell 


L 


3-1 


Holy Cross 
Fordham 


W 3-0 
L 3-0 



Donna Gaugler 


Christine Nelson 


Cindy Gunn 


Miki Nishimura 


Lisa Landino 


Karen Pasquale 


Colleen Makosky 


Janelle Paugas 


Heather Mathews 


Sharon Sabo 


Cara McGrath 


Adriana Suarez 


Barbara Metaxas 


Cathy Tiangha 


Nicole Miller 





98 Sports 



Blocks, bumps, jumps, sets, and spikes: these 
are just a few of the words to describe the action 
of Lehighs 199091 Girls Varsity Volleyball 
Squad The team is composed of fifteen girls rang 
ing from freshman to seniors, twelve of which will 
be returning in the fall, Mike Krause, the three 
year reigning coach, feels that through the season 
"the players got to know each other exceptionally 
well, thus bringing them together to win six out of 
their last eight games." With the return of so 
many team members plus the incoming freshman 
next year, Mike is looking forward to a promising 
future. 

Junior Co-Captains Donna Gaugler and Adriana 
Suarez led the squad in kills and blocks as well as 
team confidence and perseverance. More and 
more each year local Pennsylvania players are 
joining the team and thus bringing their fans along 
also. The number of local fans consistently grows 
with the high paced excitement of this volleyball, 
and. of course, more are always welcome to come 
and cheer the girls on. 





Lehigh's number 15, Cindy Gunn, is a 
sophomore who brings new meaning to the 
term "set" She is constantly on her toes 
and ready for any play that is willing to 
come her way. In addition to being the 
teams setter of a 5-1 offense, Cindy is also 
number one for serving percentage and on 
the First Team All League 

Playing the position of outside hitter is 
junior Donna Gaugler, otherwise known to 
her fans as "Killer" Donna, who is first on 
her team in kills, second for serving per 
centage, and made Second Team All 
League. Donna has been on the squad for 
the past three years and continuously 
proves herself as an asset each season. 

Both Cindy and Donna helped to join the 
team into the cohesive unit that they are 
now. Like the pieces of a puzzle, the girls 
on this years squad fit together flawlessly 



Perhaps the greatest addition to the team this year was freshman Colleen 
Makosky Although she is somewhat short for a volleyball player. Colleen 
has a powerful vertical jump and is exceptionally quick on her feet. She 
moves with incredible speed in the back row to pick up digs. Due to 
Colleen's numerous accomplishments it is quite obvious why she deserved 
and won Rookie of the Year this season. 

After combining the team's talents it becomes evident as to why they 
work so well together The girls became so close that they would know 
each others moves before they were even played Because of all these 
efforts Girls Volleyball managed to have a fabulous season, including 
defeating Lafayette all four times they challenged them 




Volleyball 99 




Field Hockey 



FIELD HOCKEY TEAM RESULTS (1181) 



at West Chester 


L 


1-0 


SYRACUSE 


L 


3-1 


ST. JOSEPHS 


T 


11 


HOLY CROSS 


L 


3-0 


URSINUS 


L 


5-0 


LASALLE 


W 


31 


at Penn State 


L 


7-1 


DELEWARE 


L 


3-2 


at Rutgers 


L 


4-0 


at William & Mary 


L 


9-1 


at Colgate 


L 


3-2 


at Richmond 


L 


3-1 


at Princeton 


L 


3-0 


PENNSYLVANIA 


L 


2-0 


RIDER 


L 


4-0 


LAFAYETTE 


L 


10 


DREXEL 


L 


5-0 


at Temple 


L 


9-0 


at Bucknell 


L 


3-1 


at Villanova 


L 


4-0 



Alison Boldt 
Tammy Canna 
FrankyAnn Carorozza 
Elizabeth Chont 
Jennifer Dinan 
Amy Earley 
Teri Ervin 
Diana Feeser 
Kara Gaffney 
Jessica Jones 



Caroline Kurz 
Laurie Leigh-Manuell 
Suzanne Lynch 
Amy McCollian 
Michelle Parker 
Stephanie Rabjohns 
Mindy Strang 
Noelle Yaeger 
Mary Alice Zavocki 



100 Sports 



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Midfielder Caroline Kurz fights the opposition for control of the ball during a tough game 
Along with senior Diana Feeser. Kurz is co-captain of the field hockey team. Her position of 
co-captain was not awarded for her athletic ability alone Kurz is known by her teammates for 
her ability to keep team spirits high During hard times, she was the key factor in boosting 
team spirit and morale Kurz feels that skill and performance are not all that is needed to win 
the game, "Intensity is also needed " Kurz is a persistent player who always keeps on top of 
the ball and doesn't let anything stand in her way A senior, Kurz has a wide range of athletic 
abilities Since her freshman year, she has played "Everything but goalie. " during field 
hockey career Kurz is also captain of the Lehigh women's lacrosse team She has played 
lacrosse at Lehigh since her freshman year as a defender. As a participant in two athletic 
programs here at Lehigh. Caroline Kurz is a woman of strong dedication, athletic ability, and 
leadership qualities. 



With a final record of 118 1, after a very 
tough season, the Lehigh University field 
hockey team played better than their re 
cord shows. As a team that is comprised of 
players that need to work together, they 
did a very good job of showing just how 
important leadership can be 

Though Lehigh had many strong return 
ing players, the team was relatively a 
young one. "We are basically a brand new 
team, and everyone has to get used to each 
other, " said junior forward Mindy Strang, 
giving it her best shot above, "We need a 
lot of reconstruction." she said. Mindy. 
who was the teams leading scorer in 1988 
and 1989. headed a contingent of only sev 
en returning letter winners. She also said 
that the squad has a lot of determination. 
Strang posted 1 1 goals last season and 
nine as a freshman two seasons ago. The 
teams goal. Strang said, was to play their 
hardest and do the best they could. Al 
though the women were frustrated with 
their loses, they realized they gave it their 
best effort. 




This summer two Lehigh University field hockey play- 
ers, sophomore midfielder. Kara Gaffney. struggling for 
control of the loose ball above, and sophomore. Amy 
Early, attended the Olympic developmental camp reach- 
ing the B level, which is just a step under the Olympic A- 
level. In order to be chosen for this level, they were 
evaluated by top coaches who saw them play extensively 
for that week of competition 



Field Hockey 101 




Boys Cross Country 



Men's Cross Country Team Results ■ (12-8-1) 
Sept. 8 Kutztown Multi-Meet - (10 Teams) 

Lehigh - 4th Place - 98 Pts. 
Sept. 14 Cornell Multi-Meet - (6 Teams) 

Lehigh - 5th Place - 128 Pts. 
SEPT. 29 Lehigh Multi-Meet - (7 Teams) 

Lehigh ■ 3rd Place - 75 Pts. 
Oct. 6 Paul Short Memorial Run - 9th Place 
Oct. 19 Lafayette - 31-24 L 
Oct. 27 Patriot League Tournament - 4th Place 
Nov. 10 IC4A's At Yale - 7th Place 



Johan Anestad 


Shawn Masterson 


Peter Bennitt 


John Mitchell 


Bobby Craig 


Kevin Murphy 


Walter Fader 


Brian Nagele 


Mark Florio 


Jeremy Roth 


Paul Hisem 


Scott Sadler 


Charles Horn 


Drew VandenBrul 


Charles Lainhart 


Jon VanOrder 


Chris Magdelain 


Andrew Wilbur 



102 Sports 




The Lehigh University men's cross country team compet- 
ed this past October in the prestigious Paul Short Memorial 
invitational Run at the Goodman Campus. 

The squad competed in a field of 30 schools, finishing 
with an impressive ninth overall with a final team score of 
301. 

Coach John Covert was pleased with his team's perfor- 
mance against the rugged competition. 

"To have the team finish ninth in a race with top powers 
such as Kansas and Penn State is really pleasing," Covert 
said. 




In this photograph the Boys varsity cross country team shows a 
strong beginning. The team overall had a good season with a record 
of 12-8-1. As well as a strong showing in the Paul Short Memorial 
Run, the team did very well also in the Colgate meet, taking third. 
Within the Patriot League competition was tough. The team went 1-2 
within the league, and took fourth in the Patriot League tournament, 
tieing with Lafayette. 




The Lehigh men's cross country team were honored 
at a meet this season, by having the 1986 Olympic 
Champion, Larry James, speak to them. James gave 
the team members support and encouragement as 
athletes. James said that "each of us has our own 
Olympics though it may not be the "Olympics' as we 
know them, we have something in work, school or 
athletics. " 




Freshman John Van Order strides forward to lead the Lehigh 
Varsity Boys Cross Country Team to victory, followed closely by 
runners from Colgate and Columbia. Van Order had his best time at 
the Lafayette meet of 26:44.7 which is one of the best times on the 
team for the season. In a tough meet Lafayette prevailed 31-24. 
Overall the Engineers had a winning record and a very strong season. 
John personally had a very good season and as a freshman has 
plenty of time to tune up his abilities. 




Girls Cross Country 



Women's Cross Country Team Results - (10-10) 
Sept. 8 Kutztown Multi-Meet - (9 Teams) 

Lehigh - 9th Place - 82 Pts. 
Sept. 14 Cornell Multi-Meet - (6 Teams) 

Lehigh - 6th Place - 136 Pts. 
Sept. 29 Lehigh Multi-Meet • (7 Teams) 

Lehigh • 3rd Place - 69 Pts. 
Oct. 6 Paul Short Memorial Run - 22nd Place 
Oct. 19 Lafayette - 38-21 L 
Oct. 27 Patriot League Tournament - 4th Place 
Nov. 10 EC AC'S At Yale - 5th Place 



Tina Altro 


Sandy Grace 


Byrna Bertrand 


Jennifer Irish 


Tanya Butensky 


Susan Jindra 


Dawn Castle 


Kerry Kirkendall 


Amy Cook 


Erin O'Brien 


Deirdre Dalpiaz 


Gretchen Repasky 


Megan Eves 


Denise Richards 


Andrea Falk 


Donna Riley 


Chris Flaherty 


Marilyn Vricella 


Gilliam Wilbur 





104 Sports 




Here are the girls of Lehigh's cross country team ploughing 
ahead, showing the dedication and determination of a strong 
team. This year was very tough as many seniors graduated last 
year and it was a very young team. The team finished even at 10- 
10, yet overall pulled together and developed. Many of the fresh- 
man "learned the ropes" of collegete athletics. The team had a 
very strong showing at the Colgate meet, taking third place. 



Coming up on the left is freshman Tina Altro Sfie ran consistently in tfie top four 
and finisfied fier best race in 19:02 minutes Since this was her first year of Cross 
Country at Lehigh, it is impressive that Tina was both in the top seven on the Varsity 
team and a letter winner. 

To the right is Lehigh's numb>er one runner in four meets. Denise Richards, also a 
Freshman letter winner Denise constantly ran in the top three and completed her best 
race with the time of 1845 1 in the Patriot League Meet. 





Striding here with her 
best foot forward is Cap- 
tain of the team. Tanya 
Butensky, She is a three 
year Varsity letter win- 
ner who ran 19:07.2. her 
best race this season, at 
the Patriot League Meet, 
in which Lehigh took 
fourth place overall 

Looking back on the 
season Tanya noted that 
"the overall team atti 
tude was extremely 
strong, unified and dedi 
cated And. even though 
they were a young team, 
the girls were still very 
competitive and look for 
ward to a strong future." 




Running to the right of Tanya is Dawn 
Castle, a freshman, who had position num 
bier 6-8 on the team. This season was 
Dawns first on Lehigh Cross-Country and 
she strived for and earned her letter on the 
Varsity team. At the Lehigh/Lafayette 
meet Dawn finished the event with her low- 
est time of 21:04 minutes, thus achieving 
her personal best. 



Girls Cross Country 105 




Here senior Patty Denman gives her all in returning 
a difficult shot. Denman had a winning season this 
year and is thought to be the most consistent player 
on the team. The Engineers had an 8-4 record and 
placed second in the Patriot League, losing to Fordum 
by two points. 




In this photo Junior Laurin Kosakowski is shown, 
about to fire her deadly serve. Kosakowski had her 
best season this year winning #6 singles in the Patriot 
League Tournament and finishing with a winning re- 
cord. In doubles Kosakowski is paired with senior Den- 
man and broke even for the season at 7-7. 



Girls Tennis 




The Girls Tennis Team had a healthy season this year 
with no injuries. According to coach Dave Shock "the 
girls worked very well together, and we are pleased with 
our season." The team took #1 doubles at the Patriot 
League Tournament through the strong play of freshman 
Kristi KungI and junior Liz Tursi. 



I 



In this photograph Junior Sandy Friedberg concentrates 
on returning a low shot. Sandy had a winning season with a 
record of 9-6 at singles and 8-4 on her doubles play with 
sophomore Jen Mrozek. 




106 Sports 



ii 




Lehigh students often forget about 
school spirit and how important it is to the 
success of its sports teams. Well, luckily 
Lehigh has a cheerleading squad which 
has enough talent and energy to provoke 
spirit even in the most unenthusiastic fans. 
This season was a fun one with lots of hard 
work and lots of cheering. They also had 
some exciting changes which made the 
squad even better. For the first time the 
squad had a coach, John Kelly, who made 
the cheers more athletically oriented. This 
element helped to rev the crowds up and 
get them more into the game. There were 
also a lot of returning cheerleaders this 
year, mostly from the sophomore class. 
Their experience only adds to the squad's 
overwhelming enthusiasm. This year's co- 
captains are Sarah Klingle, Kathy Mitchell, 
and Sonny Rutkowski, all '93. The rest of 
the squad consists of: Gary Sadavage '91, 
Cynthia Roccaforte '92, Greg Saunders, 
Jessica Edwards, Christina Gullo, Rosie 
Torres, all '93. Four freshman joined the 
squad this year, Ron Lanzo, Zina Capiello, 
Laura Hite, and Kathy Shaud. Lehigh con 
gratulates the squad on a great season, and 
wishes them the best of luck in the future. 



!heerleading Squad 





Cheerleading 107 




Girls Outdoor Track 



Women's Track Team 


■ 1991 


Altro, Tina 


Jindra, Susan 


Butensky, Tanya 


Julien, Ginelle 


Casas, Lillian 


Kirchberger, Kathy 


Castle, Dawn 


Lee, Jenny 


Cook, Amy 


O'Brien, Erin 


Corrado, Donna 


Owczarek, Jennifer 


Dalpiaz, Deirdre 


Repasky, Gretchen 


D'Armiento, Deanne 


Richards, Denise 


Dill, Sara 


Riley, Donna 


Eves, Megan 


Rispress, Ryshan 


Faike, Andrea 


Rose, Jody 


Gallivan, Erin 


Schneider, Dana 


Hoffman, Leslie 


Vricella, Marilyn 


Irish, Jennifer 


Winn, Jessica 



Women's Track Team Results • (01) 

3/23 Greyhound Invitational at Moravian . . . 3rd place 

3/29-30 Battleground Relays at Fredricksburg, Va . . NTS 

4/6 Lady Lion Invitational at Columbia NTS 

4/12 at Lafayette 47-97 L 

4/20 Leopard Invitational at Lafayette NTS 

4/24-27 Penn Relays in Philadelphia NTS 

4/27 Moravian Qualifying Meet NTS 

5/4 Patriot League Championships at Bucknell 5th place 

5/1 1 Adidas Tournament at Princeton NTS 

5/ 18- 19 EC AC Tournament at George Mason Noon 



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5oys And Girls Indoor Track 



Track Results 

Anestad, Johan 
Atkins, Jomo 
Baker. Scott 
Balestro, Todd 
Bellanca. Lou 
Bennitt, Peter 
Bertodatti. Richard 
Buddenbaum, Pat 
Burns, Michael 
Cardany, Chris 
Carpenter, Joe 
Casselberry. Scott 
Chapman, Kevin 
Citarella, Michael 
Costanzo, Joe 
Craig, Robert 
Culhane, Dave 
Cutter, Cliff 
Deluliis. Paul 
DiPaolo, Frank 
Fader, Walt 
Fenster, Marc 
Florio, Mark 
Gould. Malcolm 
Greer. Chris 
Hamm. Horace 
Hisem. Paul 
Hong. Njomele 



Horn. Charles 
Lainhart, Charles 
Loza, Chris 
Luehrs, Doug 
MacDonald. Brian 
Magdelain, Chris 
Mager, Matt 
Masterson. Shawn 
McCray. Cleveland 
Mitchell. John 
Modeski. Mike 
Murphy. Kevin 
Musico. Bill 
Magele. Brian 
Owens. Ritchie 
Panos. Euripides 
Rios. Mike 
Roth. Jeremy 
Sadler. Scott 
Schmidt. George 
Snyder. Rich 
Soderberg. Eric 
VandenBrul. Drew 
Vanacek. Richard 
VanOrder. Jon 
Williams. Chris 
Wilmot. John 
Young. Hassan 



Boy's Roster 

Altro. Tina 

Buenaventura. Marianne 
Butensky. Tanya 
Casas. Lillian 
Castle. Dawn 
Cook. Amy 
Corrado. Donna 
Dalpiaz. Deirdre 
D'Armiento. Deanne 
Dill. Sara 
Eves. Megan 
Faike, Andrea 
Flaherty, Chris 
Gallivan, Erin 
Grace. Sandra 
Hoffman, Leslie 
Irish. Jennifer 
Jindra. Susan 
Julien. Ginelle 
Kirchberger, Kathy 
Kirsh, Marjorie 
Lee. Jenny 
O'Brien. Erin 
Owczarek. Jennifer 
Repasky. Qretchen 
Richards. Denise 
Riley. Donna 
Rispress, Ryshan 
Rose, Jody 
Schneider, Dana 
Toothman. Wendy 
Vricella. Marilyn 



Girl's Roster 



Men 



Women 



East 

Stroudsburg 

West Chester 

Delaware 

West Chester 

LaSalle 

Catholic U. 

Delaware 

Columbia 

E. Stroudsburg 



77-32 W 
77-2 W 
77-82 L 
67 18 W 
67 35 W 
67-6 W 
67-270 L 
67-91 L 
67-89 L 



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Boys Golf 



Golf Team 1991 

Clydesdale, Tom 
Ferguson, Scott 
Forman, Scott 
Logue, John 
Lynch, Mike 
Markey, Sean 
McGovern, Mike 
Melehan, Dan 
Strassburger, David 
Udell, Robert 



Team Results (9-2) 

Men's Golf Team Results (9-2) 

March 23-24 Navy Tournament at Annapolis, Md 15th 

27-28 Spring Break Tournament at Vass. N.C 1st 

April 2 Lehigh 402, at BOCKNELL 416, Lock Haven 439 . W/W 

8 Lehigh 397. at LASALLE 409, Drexel 450 W/W 

10 Dela»/are 424, LEHIGH 433, Rider 473 L/W 

13-14 at Penn State Tournament 17th 

16 Colgate 389, Lehigh 414, Lafayette 414 L/W 

20-21 Patriot League Championships at Colgate 3rd 

23 ST. JOSEPH'S, LASALLE AND F&M W/W/W 

26-27 at Princeton Tournament 15th 

May 45 Eastern Tournament at Hogs Neck, Md 15th 



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Boys Outdoor Track 



Men's Track Team 1991 

Anestad. Johan 
Atkins, Jomo 
Baker, Scott 
Bennitt, Peter 
Bertodatti, Richard 
Buddenbaum, Pat 
Burns, Michael 
Casselberry. Scott 
Chapman, Kevin 
Cipriano, Greg 
Citarella, Michael 
Culhane. Dave 
Cutter, Cliff 
Fader. Walt 
Florio. Mark 
Gould, Malcolm 
Greer, Chris 
Hamm, Horace 
Hipps. Jerome 
Hisem, Paul 
Hong, Njomele 
Horn, Charles 
Jefferson, Kevin 



Kareivis. Joe 
Loza, Chris 
Luehrs, Doug 
MacDonald, Brian 
Mager. Matt 
Masterson, Shawn 
McCray, Cleveland 
Mitchell, John 
Modeski, Mike 
Murphy, Kevin 
Nagele, Brian 
Rios, Mike 
Roth, Jeremy 
Rubin, Kevin 
Sadler, Scott 
Schmidt, George 
Soderberg, Eric 
VandenBrul, Drew 
VanOrder, Jon 
Yaniga, Steve 
Young, Hassan 
Zimmer. Charles 



Track Results 

Men's Track Team Results ■ 1-0 

3/23 Greyhound Invitational at Moravian 2nd place 

3/2930 Battleground Relays at Fredricksburg. Va NTS 

4/6 Quaker Invitational at Pennsylvania NTS 

4/12 at Lafayette 99 59 W 

4/20 Leopard Invitational at Lafayette NTS 

4/24-27 Penn Relays in Philadelphia NTS 

4/27 Moravian Qualifying Meet NTS 

5/4 Patriot League Championships at Bucknell 3rd place 

5/ 1 1 Adidas Tournament at Princeton NTS 

5/18 19 IC4A Tournament at James Madison Noon 



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Boys Swimming 



Men's Swimming 


Team Roster 1990-91 


Abbott, Tim 


Martinson, Alex 


Baker, Robert 


Mitchell, John 


Bunting, Kevin 


Morganstern, John 


Burda, Aaron 


Reinitz, Michael 


Donaldson, Charles 


Ritchie, Rodman 


Duggan, Peter 


Roddin, Jeff 


Fauerbach, Eric 


Roethke, Steve 


Freud, Rob 


Rossi, Bill 


Geunes, Shane 


Smith, Bill 


Goodrich, Matt 


Thomson, Alec 


Hatkin, Steve 


Tsai, Vince 


Jones, Andy 


Wessel, Stewart 


Larrabee, Adam 


Westphalen, Adam 


Littlefield, Dave 


Zeller, Derek 


Littlefield, Paul 





Seniors Paul Littlefield of Englewood, Mew Jersey, and Dwight Morrow Higfi 
Scfiool. and Jeff Roddin of Woodfiaven, Michigan, and Woodfiaven High 
School, led the Lehigh University men's swimming squad to a 7-6 record during 
the 1990-91 season. It was the school's second winning campaign in a row 
under coach Chris Marshall, during his two years at the helm, and the tenth in 
the last 12 seasons. The Engineers defeated Holy Cross. Rider. Colgate. 
Rutgers. Bucknell. Johns Hopkins and Gettysburg while losing to Fordham, 
Morth Carolina, Syracuse, Delaware, Drexel and Lafayette. They were second 
to Fordham in the Patriot League championships at Colgate and 17th in the 
Eastern Seaboard tournament at Princeton. 

Littlefield paced the team in first places with 22 individual and another dozen 
as a member of relay quartets. He was one of the East's premier freestylers, 
winning 10 times at 100 yards, six at 200 and twice each at 50. 1000 and in the 
200 IM. In relays he was on six victorious 400 medley teams and on six 
freestyle winners, four at 400 and one each at 200 and 800. He won the Patriot 
League championships in the 100 and 200 free, and was on two title-winning 
relay teams. He broke his own school marks in the 100 free (45.66). 200 free 
(1:38.72), and 200 IM (1:53.66). Littlefield is a true champion and one of 
Lehigh's finest athletes. 



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ijirls Swimming 



Womens Swimming Team Roster - 1990-91 



Canavan, Jen 


McKay, Melissa 


Corr, Alexis 


O'Dell, Colleen 


Donovan, Kelly 


Palma, Angela 


Doyle, Theresa 


Reitz, Sharon 


Engles, Micole 


Riegle, Melanie 


Eves, Megan 


Roddin, Jill 


Hodge, Jen 


Ryan, Mary 


Hood, Lori 


Smith, Daryl 


Johnson, Susie 


Sweeney. Monica 


King, Jenny 


Vinci, Victoria 


Krug, Malani 


Yost, Lynne 



The Engineers, coached for the second season by Chris Marshall, had a 
49 record with victories over Holy Cross, Rutgers. Johns Hopkins and 
Gettysburg, and a third place finish in the Patriot League championships. 

Sophomore Megan Eves of Palmyra. Pennsylvania, and junior Jen Cana 
van of Lansdale, Pennsylvania were leaders on the 1990-91 women's swim 
ming squad at Lehigh University Eves figured in 16 first places, 1 1 Individ 
ual and five on relay teams, while Canavan had a hand in 14. divided 
equally between individual and relay events, Canavan was on two relay 
teams which set school marks and one which established a pool record 
Eves was on the pool-record team and one of the school record quartets. 

There were six victories for Eves in the 200 breast, three in the 200 free 
and one each in the 200 IM and 500 free. Canavan won six times in the 200 
IM and once in the 200 back 

Close behind were two freshman. Daryl Smith of Hingham, Massachu 
setts, and Angela Palma of Bensalem. Pennsylvania and Jill Roddin of 
Woodhaven, Michigan, a junior. Smith and Palma each figured in a dozen 
triumphs. Smith had five individual victories, three in the 100 free and two 
in 50 free, and was on seven winning relay teams, three of them record 
setters. She set a school mark in the 50 free (25 00) Palma, a diver, won 
seven times in the 1 meter and five times in the 3-meter. Roddin set Lehigh 
University records in the 100 fly (1:00.64) and 200 fly (2:12.47) while 
posting five individual victories and swimming on three winning relay 
teams. 



Swimming 113 




Wrestling 



Men's Wrestling 


Team Roster - 1990-91 


James Benson 


Nathan Kerstetter 


Doug Borse 


Tom Koch 


Toriano Boynton 


Edward Lamb 


Steve Cassidy 


John McCumber 


Cliff Chapman 


Bill Meadows 


Len Combs 


Brian Miller 


Nicholas D'Anna 


Michael Montgomery 


Samuel Dollyhigh 


John Morris 


Toby Fagan 


Chris O'Byrne 


Andrew Fitz 


Nils Olson 


Solomon Fleckman 


Robert Panzarella 


Chris French 


Chris Paul 


Sean Glickenhaus 


Lane Pendleton 


Joe Herrmann 


Ed Regan 


Scott Hill 


Matt Ruppel 


Brian Johnson 


Adam Smith 


Michael Jordan 


Seavan Sternheim 


Mike Kaszyski 





Team Results (3-11) 

11/28 IOWA 4-42 L 1/25 

12/7 EASTSTROUDSBtJRG# 18-20 L 1/26 

1/8 at Michigan 10-30 L 2/1 

1/10 at Edinboro 15-20 L 2/2 

1/11 at Pittsburgh 20-17 W 2/9 

1/18 BROWN* 17-19 L 2/16 

1/19 at Wilkes 2119 W 2/23 



ARMY# 1619 l; 

WILLIAM & MARY 20-25 

L 

IOWA STATE* 0-42 L 

NAVY 8-29 L 

SYRACUSE 1126 L 

at Penn State . , 10-27 L 

FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 

19-13 W 



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The wrestling team had an extremely tough 
season finishing at 3 1 1 , 2 6 in EIWA. Plagued by 
chronic injuries and an inexperienced squad the 
team struggled through a very tough schedule 
including such teams as Iowa, Iowa State, Army, 
Navy, Syracuse. The team did finish on a high 
note beating Franklin and Marshall at home in 
Stabler. The team entered five major tourna- 
ments and had a good finish at the Las Vagas 
Invitational finishing in the top half of the 
schools represented. The team will face an even 
more challenging year next year as six starting 
matmen will be graduating: Ed Regan, Joe Herr 
mann, Cliff Chapman, Lane Pendleton, Matt 
Ruppel, and the heavyweight John Morris. The 
Lehigh University wrestling squad faces the 
toughest teams in the country, this competition 
is what makes the sport exciting. 




Senior 126 pounder Ed Re- 
gan led the Lehigh University 
wrestlers in victories during the 
1990-91 season with a 25-13 re- 
cord, completing his collegiate 
career with a 49-54-2 mark. 

Freshman Sean Cassidy also 
had a good season being the 
only other member of the 
squad to have 20 or more wins, 
with a record of 21-15. Fresh 
man Torlano Boynton also 
made a showing with a few 
wins. Boynton began wrestling 
his senior year in high school 
and is now wrestling against 
the top ranked teams in the na- 
tion. 

Senior Joe Herrmann had a 
19 11 record and finished his 
collegiate career with a 52-34-4 
record. Senior heavyweight 
John Morris finished his colle- 
giate career with a record of 47- 
24-6. Seniors Matt Ruppel, the 
1990 MCAA champion at 190 
pounds, and the 150 pounder 
Lane Pendleton suffered early 
season-ending injuries, both 
with 2-1 marks. Pendleton end- 
ed his career 31-37-3. Ruppel, 
tied for fourth place on Le- 
high's all-time winning list, has 
an 87-13-3 record. He can peti 
tion the NCAA for another sea- 
son of eligability if a chronic 
back problem is resolved. 





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Boys Basketball 



Mens Basketball Team ■ 1990-91 

Rich Hudock 
Mike McKee 
Mike O'Hara 
Allan Campbell 
Jerome Hipps 
Chuck Penn 
Stefan Faike 
Steve Yaniga 
Bob Krizansky 
Dozie Mbonu 
Scott McQuilken 
Russell Whiteman 
Jason Kokoszka 



Team Results (19-10) 






OPPOMEHT 


SCORE 




Brown 11/23 


65- 66 


L 


Harvard ■ 11/24 


87 76 


W 


Hofstra 11/27 


67- 66 


W 


American 12/1 


69- 82 


L 


Princeton • 12/4 


40-57 


L 


Canisius - 12/7 


71 78 


L 


Marist - 12/8 


76- 73 


W 


Duke 12/29 


67-97 


L 


Wm & Mary ■ 1/2 


82- 79 


W 


Army ■ 1/5 


94 78 


W 


Towson St. ■ 1/7 


85 83 


w 


Miami (Fla.) - 1/9 


67 99 


L 


Florida Int. 1/12 


88-75 


w 


Fordham • 1/16 


71-85 


L 


Colgate 1/19 


85-84 


W 


Columbia 1/21 


96- 70 


w 


Pennsylvania - 1/23 


92 78 


w 


Lafayette ■ 1/26 


76 69 


w 


Drexel 1/28 


76 81 


L 


Bucknell - 1/30 


83 75 


W 


Holy Cross ■ 2/2 


98- 95 


W 


Army 2/5 


58- 56 


W 


Fordham ■ 2/9 


73- 76 


L 


Colgate 2/13 


100- 81 


W 


Lafayette ■ 2/20 


97 75 


W 


Bucknell - 2/23 


98 87 


w 


Holy Cross • 2/25 


82- 71 


w 


Lafayette 2/28 


69-65 


w 


Holy Cross ■ 3/1 


90- 95 OT 


L 



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The men's basketball team this year had its second best 
ever in the number of victories over 90 seasons, with a 1910 
record, second only to the 1987-88 season of 21 10. Bob 
Krizansky and Dozie Mbonu, juniors »fho are on target to 
rank with Lehigh University's greatest basketball stars of all 
time, paced the Engineers during the 1990^1991 action. They 
led 1 7 of 20 statistical categories while pacing their team to a 
great year 

Coach Dave Duke's squad had its all time best home re- 
cord in Stabler Center (10 2) with the losses to Patriot League 
champion Fordham at the buzzer, 76-73, and Ivy League 
champion Princeton 57-40. The Engineers 10 league wins 
were a school record as was the 50.5% shooting from the 
field. 



Bob Krizansky is a 6'4" junior who weighs in at 225 pounds, and is a 
Charles Barkley type forward who led 10 statistical columns. He was the 
pace-setter in points (489) and points per game (16.9), field goals (187) and 
field goals attempted (323), 3 point field goal percentage (.460 making 17 
out of 37 attempts), assists (129), steals (68), defensive rebounds (160), 
minutes played (984) and minutes played per game (33 9). Krizansky is 
from Hazleton, Pennsylvania and went to Hazleton High School 

Dozie Mbonu is 6'6 ", 205 pound junior from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
where he went to the Church Farms School Mbonu moved from his natural 
forward position to center and led seven categories. These categories 
Include: field goal percentage (586 making 171 out of 292 attempts), 
offensive (100) and total rebounds (232), rebounds per game (8.0), blocked 
shots (21), and free throws made (139) and attempted (183). He played 973 
minutes averaging 33.6 a game. 





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Girls Lacrosse 



Barry, Lauren 
Delaney, Kelli 
Ecker, Sara 
Gaffney, Kara 
George, Jennifer 
Groman, Krista 
Hall, Gamil 
Heyman, Samantha 
Kurz, Caroline 
McCollian, Amy 
McGurk, Tara 
Reddington, Tricia 
Regan, Cathy (Carri) 
Roberts, Edie 
Robinson, Elizabeth 
Sarkees, Marie 
Weitzman, Anne 



Team Results (4-12) 

3/17 BROWN 610 L 

3/23 COLGATE 7-9 L 

3/27 GEORGETOWN 1 1-6 W 

3/30 at Loyola (Md.) 6-20 L 

4/4 PRINCETON 4-13 L 

4/6 OLD DOMINION 12-3 W 

4/9 at Penn 7-8 L 

4/13 BUCKNELL 15-4 W 

4/14 at Penn State 3-12 L 

4/16 TEMPLE 5-13 L 

4/ 18 at Drexel L 1 1-8 

4/21 at Holy Cross PP 

4/23 at Lafayette 5-9 L 

4/25 RUTGERS 10-5 W 

4/27 at Virginia 5-15 L 

4/30 DELAWARE 8-12 L 

5/2 WEST CHESTER 812 L 






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The Lehigh University Womens Lacrosse team had a 
very tough season this year with many senior stars who 
graduated last year. The team finished 41 1 and went 1-2 
in the Patriot League. More than half underclass women, 
the main problem that the team faces was their inexperi- 
ence. There were also many extremely close games in 
while the game was determined in the final minutes of 
play. One of the teams best victories came against Old 
Dominion, in which Lehigh demolished them 12-3. Equal- 
ly important senior attacker Krista Groman scored her 
100th career goal in the game. Another impressive vic- 
tory was the teams win over a tough Georgetown squad, 
11-6. The team learned many valuable lessons this year 
and got valuable playing experience. Freshman stars to 
watch out for next year include Jenny "O" George, Tara 
McGurk, and Edie Roberts. 






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Boys Lacrosse 



Men's Lacrosse Team 


1991 


Altman, Lucas 


McCaffrey, Kevin 


Bank, Mike 


McCarthy, John 


Busch, Greg 


McLaughlin, Robert 


Chandler, John 


McQueeney, Ryan 


Collard, Bill 


Milne, Chris 


Droney, Marty 


Montenecourt, Med 


Foster, Howard 


Navarre, Michael 


Francis, John 


Nyland, Peter 


Gilligan, Pat 


Ognibene, Ben 


Hallahan, Derick 


Padurano, Chris 


Hamilton, Robert 


Purcell, Dan 


Hart, Tony 


Redington, Scott 


Harter, John 


Rickelman, Bill 


Hebert, Geoff 


Romeu, Carlos 


Jenkins, Jeffrey 


Shaffer, Andrew 


Kamins, Robert 


Sheppard, Robert 


Kaye, Jeffrey 


Wilson, Mark 


Mentzer, James 





Team Results (5-8) 

3/9 MT. ST. MARY'S 8-7 W 

3/16 at Stony Brook 6-9 L 

3/23 NEW HAMPSHIRE 6-14 L 

3/24-3/31 Spring Training Trip# 

3/30 at VA Mililtary Inst 6-15 L 

4/3 at Fr. & Marshall 811 L 

4/6 LAFAYETTE 17-12 W 

4/10 ST. JOHN'S 11-10 W 

4/13 at Holy Cross 14-7 W 

4/16 at Army 7-22 L 

4/20 BGCKNELL 510 L 

4/24 MARIST 1 7-7 W 

4/27 at Drexel 9-15 L 

5/4 COLGATE 9-15 L 



120 Sports 



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The Lehigh University Men's Lacrosse teann had a decent season 
finishing 5 7 overall and split at 2 2 in the Patriot League standings The 
team started out extremely stron with many early victories and had an 
end of the season slump due to the difficulty of the teams and Lehigh's 
own inexperience, e team had a very strong showing against Lafayette 
defeating them in an easy 1 7 1 2 win. According to Assistant Coach Paul 
Feildelson. "the attitude was 'team', they wanted to win as a team, and 
they got the job done together." Through team work and hard dedica 
tion the Lehigh "laxers " went on to defeat a very tough St. Johns 
squad, in a very close victory 11 TO Through team all-stars such as 
senior midfielder Scott Redington and Co-captain John Francis they 
won a hard fought battle with the lead changing hands over seven 
times Head Coach McCloskey praised the defense for late game saves 
to preserve the victory. The team enjoyed an easy Patriot League 
victory over Holy Cross, 14-7 early in the season also. The team did a 
good job of uniting this year and gaining valuable experience, watch out 
for them next year!! 




Boys Lacrosse 121 




Baseball 



Mens Baseball Team 1991 

Buckley, Peter 
Carabillo, Andy 
Connors, Pat 
Foltz, Gary 
Funk, Robert 
Gordon, Jim 
Hobbs, Chris 
Jeney, John 
Kishbaugh, Brian 
Leary, Sean 
Lehberger, Jon 
Markel, Scott 
Miske, Glen 
Norwood, Mike 
Peek, Jeffrey 
Rothschild, Aaron 
Schmitz, Eric 
Shell, Van 
Strauch, Mark 
Tompkins, Gary 
Warman, Ken 
Weintraub, Matt 



Team Results (9-18) 




OPPOMEMT 


SCORE 


Delaware 3/10 


2-11 L 


Tampa 3/24 


512 L 


Toledo ■ 3/25 


11-12 L 


Erskine 3/26 


10- 8 W 


St. Leo • 3/27 


2-9 L 


Eckerd 3/28 


1-10 L 


Trenton State 4/2 


2 1 W 


Moravian 4/3 


10- 3 W 


Lafayette -4/6(1) 


2 8 L ' 


Lafayette • 4/6 (2) 


11-12 L 


Lafayette • 4/7 


10- 9 W 


St. Joseph's -4/10 


6-3 W 


Holy Cross • 4/13 (1) 


2-18 L 


Holy Cross -4/13 (2) 


1- 7 L 


Holy Cross - 4/14 


718 L 


Drexel -4/17 


6-10 L 


Bucknell 4/20 (1) 


2-6 L 


Bucknell ■ 4/20 (2) 


5-9L 1 


Bucknell 4/23 


6-2 W 


Fordham ■ 4/27 (1) 


7-8 L 


Fordham ■ 4/27 (2) 


114 L 


Fordham - 4/28 


2- 6 L 1 


Scranton 5/ 1 


11- 14 W 


Princeton ■ 5/2 


10-7 W 


Colgate 5/4 (1) 


6- 3 W 


Colgate 5/4 (2) 


3-6 L 


Colgate 5/5 


5- 9 L 



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The Lehigh University Baseball team had a rough season this 
year ,n,sh,ng up a, 8 16. and 2,0 in the Patriot' LeagT The 
out^ftl " "f"'^'^ '°"3' ^^^^'^'^'^ -<^ -''h -any starters 
,s tm :J'""^ '"' '° '"'"''"• " *- ^ h-d --°" The team 

vea Althn' TP^ '"" '"' *'" °"'y '^ '°='"9 °- -"-' "ex. 
year Although that senior is star catcher Van Shell who leds 
many categories in statistics. Van. a clutch player for Lehigh had 
a strong season both batting and held.ng Other starsin the 
Leh.gh Imeup include juniors Peter Buckley Patrick Connr 
and pitcher Scott Markel H,ghl,ghts durin ''the s tn ^cLe 
an impressrve victory over Lafayette 1&9 in Eastnn Ih 
important win over S, Josephs 6-3. The you gef^ ° ;3Tn ,he 

orBu°c"nei;HorV°' '^"^^^'^"^'^ '-ing'such'teamr:;%°;c: 
ton. Bucknell. Holy Cross, and the tough Forham ■Rams" The 
team picked up pace at the end of the season with sorTe strona 
wms. Lehigh trounced Scranton 1,4 behind the strong h^ing of 
^phomore outfielder Jeff Peek. Andrew Carabillo. and Pete 
Wa ou.tM'h':F *°^"^' *^" '°^"'^' ^"^ P'^Ved hard tl 
and ready ^''"'"^ "'"• '"'' '^ '''' "^^ ''-^ ^'-9 






Baseball 123 




Boys Tennis 



Cooper, William 
Gelrod, Ryan 
Lewis, Rick 
Normann, Parker 
Perlmutter, Eric 
Roizman, Noam 
Siblesz, Alberto 
Small, Steve 
Stitt, John 
Winterling, John 



Team Results (10-8) 

Men's Tennis Team Results - (10-8) 

3/ 10 at Mount Saint Mary's 6-2 W 

3/12 WESTCHESTER 81 W 

3/19 RIDER 90 W 

3/22-30 Spring Training Trip to Jacksonville/Orlando, Florida 

3/24 Flagler College at St. Augustine 1-8 L 

3/25 Buffalo at Orlando 4-5 L 

3/27 Central Florida at Orlando 3-6 L 

3/28 at Jacksonville University 3-6 L 

4/ 1 RUTGERS 0-9 L 

4/6 at Bucknell 4-5 L 

4/7 ARMY 2-7 L 

4/9 at Villanova 5-4 W 

4/12 at Connecticut 6-3 W 

4/13 at Holy Cross 9-0 W 

4/ 16 DELAWARE 7-2 W 

4/18 at Fordham 5-4 W 

4/21 at Colgate 3-6 L 

4/23 DREXEL 9-0 W 

4/25 LAFAYETTE 8-1 W 

4/27-8 Patriot League Championship at Colgate 5th 

(Ryan Gelrod — 2nd place at No. 1 Singles) 



124 Sports 



The men's tennis team experienced a 
season of both wins and losses. With a 
record of 10-8, the Engineers finished the 
season in a seven game winning streak. 
which included an 81 victory over La 
tdyette. The team finished fifth in the Patri- 
lit League championships at Colgate Gni 
versify in Hamilton, N.J.. behind first place 
Bucknell. runner ups Army and Colgate 
and fourth place Fordum. Overall, they fin 
ished 3-3 in the Patriot League. First dou 
bles player, Steven Small commented, 
"overall, I feel we had a good season for 
such a young team. We hope to have an 
even better season next year. " A young 
group, the team consists of just one junior 
co^aptain Eric Perlmutter, and one senior 
co-captain John Stitt. The rest of the play 
ers are sophomores with the exception of 
one freshman. Although the team is young 
and may lack experience, the players have 
a positive outlook and great potential for 
the future. 








Lehigh University's Head Tennis Coach, Dave Shook said he was very proud and 
impressed with the attitudes and efforts displayed by his team this season. These 
words Shook used could not have been said without the efforts of players John Stitt, 
91. and Eric Perlmutter, 92. 

Perlmutter, who played third singles and first doubles last season en route to the 
East Coast Conference tournament, played second singles this year. Perlmutter 
stomped out many of his opponents in matches this season. He beat his opponent of 
the Delaware Blue Hens 6 2 and again in straight sets against the Fordham University 
Rams 6-3, and 6-0. Perlmutter said that the Fordham team played really tough and 
were much harder to beat than expected The team also defeated them, 5-4. Perlmut 
ter won another match in straight sets against Colgate, 6-3, 6-3. 

John Stitt, playing fifth singles this season, salvaged many victories for Lehigh. 
Against the Army cadets Stitt defeated his opponent 7-5, 7-5 and easily defeated 
Drexel, 6-0, 6-1. Losing overall, 5-4, in a very close match against Bucknell, Stitt won 
three-set matches for the Engineers playing sixth singles. 

Though the Engineers were not fortunate in some of their matches, they did have 
some exceptional players like Stitt and Perlmutter to pull them through. 





Boys Tennis 125 




Softball 



Womens Softball Team -1991 

Coogan, Maryelyn 
Docherty, Jennifer 
Heffner, Meghan 
Hilton, Jennifer 
Karloski, Kristin 
Kochen, Kimberly 
O'Brien, Erin 
Oliverie, Mary 
Slack, Jennifer 
Smith, Heather 
Stengal, Wanda 
Viotto, Stacy 
Wall, Meri 
Young, Chari 



Team Results (10-25-1) 



Penn (1) 3/17 
Penn (2) 3/17 
Onion College 3/24 
Gannon 3/25 
Minn-Duluth 3/25 
Providence 3/26 
S. Connecticut 3/26 
Olivet Mazarene 3/27 
ME Illinois 3/27 
Hillsdale 3/28 
Drexel (1)4/4 
Drexel (2) 4/4 
Fordham (1)4/6 
Fordham (2) 4/6 
Army (1) 4/7 
Army (2) 4/7 
St. Josephs (I) 4/9 
St. Joseph's (2) 4/9 



112 L 
714 L 
2 1 W 
16- 6 W 
1- 5 L 
1- 4 L 
910 L 
a T 
5- 4 W 

8 L 

2 L 

4 L 

6 L 

6 L (9) 
017 L 

1- 4 L 
0- 1 L 

2- 6 L 



Delaware (1) 4/11 
Delaware (2) 4/11 
Holy Cross (1) 4/13 
Holy Cross (2) 4/13 
Orsinus (1) 4/18 
Orsinus (2) 4/18 
Bucknell (1) 4/23 
Bucknell (2) 4/23 
Villanova (1) 4/25 
Villanova (2) 4/25 
Lafayette (1) 4/27 
Lafayette (2) 4/27 
Colgate (1) 4/28 
Colgate (2) 4/28 
Bucknell (5/3) 
Holy Cross (5/4) 
Colgate (5/4) 
Army (5/5) 



2 L 
2- 6 L 
518 L 
5- 9 L 

1 W (8) 

6 W 

8 L 

5 L 

3 W 

1 W 

W 



9-20 L 



5 L 

8 L 

4 L 

W 

W 



6-10 L 



126 Sports 






Softball 127 




Girls Basketball 








^^ 




Womens Basketball Team - 1990-91 

Hillary Baltz 
Judy Denin 
Jennifer Gorak 
Tara Gould 
Gamil Hall 
Sandy Hume 
Lori Lynch 
Michelle Meako 
Mary Oliverie 
Hope Pellicane 
Joannie Schuller 
Jenniffer Siemaszko 
Wendy Taylor 
Stacy Viotto 




1. After a great season last year of 21-8, with many graduating 
seniors, the Women's Basketball team had a rebuilding cam- 
paign this year, with a hard season at 10-18. The team did have 
some fantastic players such as Sandy Hume, whose accom- 
plishments speak for themselves, Jen Siemaszko, and Tara 
Gould. The team split the set with Lafayette, losing away but 
bringing victory to Stabler. Key victories this season include 
wins over Dartmouth, Bucknell, and University of Pennsylva- 
nia in a close game winning at the buzzer 56-54. The team had a 
tough season with many younger inexperienced players and 
many injuries also plaguing the team. The team had a nine 
game losing streak were at that time as many as three starters 
were not able to play and over a half of team underclass 
women. Pleased with the season overall and the girl's efforts 
was Head Coach Jocelyn Beck. 



128 Sports 



Team Results 


(10-18) 






Women 


s Basketball Team 


Results 1018 




OPPOrSEFHT 




SCORE 




Dartmouth 11/- 


?4 


70- 60 


W 


Brown 11/25 




59- 67 


L 


Hofstra • 11/27 




66 58 


W 


Pennsylvania 1 


/29 


56 54 


W 


Yale • 12/1 




52- 64 


L 


C. Connecticut ■ 


12/2 


75 81 


L 


Mt. St. Mary's - 


12/6 


69- 62 


W 


Long Island • 12/ 


8 


85- 70 


W 


Mortheastern \2 


>/28 


50 48 


w 


Siena ■ 12/29 




56- 80 


L 


Princeton ■ 1/3 




29- 61 


- L 


Drexel 1/5 




61- 79 


L 


Delaware • 1/8 




61- 71 


L 


Army • 1/14 




56- 66 


L 


Fordham ■ 1/16 




70- 72 


L 


Colgate 1/19 




42- 51 


L 


Navy ■ 1/22 




47- 69 


L 


Lafayette - 1/26 




49-68 


L 


Bucknell ■ 1/30 




87- 79 


W 


Holy Cross ■ 2/2 




55- 75 


L 


Army ■ 2/5 




39 53 


L 


Fordham 2/9 




58 95 


L 


Colgate - 2/13 




45- 74 


L 


Marist 2/16 




66- 52 


W 


Lafayette 2/20 




62- 57 


W 


Bucknell ■ 2/23 




79- 66 


w 


Holy Cross • 2/25 


56- 87 


L 


Army • 2/1 




47- 54 


L 



The Engineers will be losing a key asset 
when senior Jen Hume graduates. This tire- 
less, never-quit senior from Whitehouse 
Station, rS.J. paced the Engineers in 14 
statistical categories during the 1990-91 
campaign. She made her earlier accom 
plishments on the court, and the 1990 
ECAC Award of valor presentation, stand 
up by leading the team in points (493), 
points per game (17.6), defensive rebounds 
(161), total rebounds (231), rebounds per 
game (8.3), field goals made (178) and at- 
tempted (466), three-point field goals made 
(35) and attempted (96). free throws made 
(102) and attempted (129), steals (51), min 
utes played (1,010), and minutes played 
per game (36). 

Over two seasons, after overcoming a 
serious knee injury problem, she played 58 
games scoring 983 points (17.2 pg) and 
hauling down 471 boards (8.3 pg). And all 
of that came while hampered with a knee 
brace and with the realization that one 
wrong twist or turn could put her down for 
the count. She placed third among Le- 
high's all-time career scorers (1,357 
points), second in scoring average ( 1 5.8 pg) 
and in rebounds (647). 



Girls Basektball 129 




(V 



130 Sports 




Sports Candids 131 




132 Sports 




Sports Candids 133 




134 Sports 




Sports Candids 135 



Activities 




Co-Activities Editors. 



Karen Jones 



Seunah Lee 



136 Activities 




u 



Divider 137 



Yearbook 



The 1990- 1991 Epitome 
Yearbook 




Ken Daub Corey Abate 

Business Manager Editor-in-Chief 




Linda Lipko Phil Klein 

Journalism Dept. Coordinator Jostens Representative 



138 Activities 




Betsy Smith Debbie Streicher 

Co-Living Editor Asst. Sales manager 




Kathy Snyder Kim Jessum 

Co-Academics Editor Co-Living Editor 



The Epitome 139 




Alicia Karam Karen Jones 

Co-Seniors Editor Co-Activities Editor 



140 Activities 




Kirstin Manning 
Co-Seniors Editor 





1991 Epitome Staff 






Editor in-Chief 


Corey Abate 


Sports Editors 


Doug Goldner 
Steve Gabbay 




Managing Editor 


Beth DeMarte 


Academics Editors 


Beth Easley ^^H 


Business Manager 


Ken Daub 




Kathy Snyder ^^^B 


Sales Manager 


Liz Turk 


Activities Editors 


Karen Jones ^^^| 
Seunah Lee ^^^| 


Asst. Sales Manager 


Debbie Streicher 


Seniors Editors 


Alicia Karam ^^H 


Photography Editor 


Adam Griff 




Kirstin Manning ^^H 


Asst. Photo Editors 


Wendy Jones 
Larisa Streibert 


Features Editors 


Jen Montemurro l|^^ 
Lisa Krick W . 


Living Editors 


Betsy Smith 
Kim Jessum 










The Epitome 141 



1 

Academics 



J 



Alpha Pi Mu 




The Alpha Pi Mu Industrial Engi- 
neering Honor Society is an organiza- 
tion which encourages activities 
which are beneficial to the profession 
of Industrial Engineering. We encour- 
age any movement to advance Indus- 
trial Engineering education and to 
bring student- faculty relationships 
closer. 



Seniors 




Charalambos Akis 


Shawn Joseph ^^M Maranqos 


berner- President ^^M Kobert Simon 


Aletandro A ^^M Olafur E. Olafsson 


Bulqheroni ^^M Richard B. 


Brilt Colleen ^H Schiffman 


Carter- Secretary |H Katherine Patricia 


Martha Elena HR Kirwan 


Duque ^ll 


Wendv M. Hott J^M Juniors 


Paul Frank Konop ^^M Joseph Quentin 


Robert Michael ^^M Deqreqorio 


Lentini ^^M Kevin Paul Mostek 


Mark Steven ^^J Raymond L, 


Leung Treasurer |H| Schubnel 


Michele Woolten 




Micheal Andrew 


Vice President 




Hajjar 


Maureen Tara 




Susan Linda Olicki 


Menton 




Mark S. Straunch 


Andrea D. 




Winston Anthony 


Lohmann 




Beauchamp 


David F Bartholic 




Kevin Morlock 


Juan Pablo Alfaro 




Whelan 


Jeanne Leggett 







ASME 



Left to Right: Eric Adams, 
Dan Rosenthal, Dan McGuin- 
ness. Alexia Brylawski, Pau- 
la Farnsworth. 




142 Activities 



Chi Epsilon 



99091 Chi Epsilon 

•Atrnbers 

'resident Audra Lutes 

/ice Presi- 

'lent Mark Bartlett 

liecretary Patricia Doyle 

Treasurer Robert TIberl 

ioclal Chair 

wrson Tan Yilmaz 

Christopher 
CardacI 
Henry Cence 
David Eastridge 
Bruce Herwig 
John Karn 
Christine Metro 
Maria Moreyra 
Douglas Myers 
James Schray 
William Wald 



liT 




Chl Epsilon Is the National Civil Engineering Honor Society, Membership In Chi Epsilon is open to the top Civil Engineering 
students in the junior and senior classes. There has been a Chl Epsilon chapter at Lehigh since 1952 when the first of our 517 
members were Inducted The purpose of Chl Epsilon is to maintain and promote the status of Civil Engineering as an ideal profession. 



Eta Kappa Nu 



The Chi chapter of Eta Kap- 
3a Nu was founded at Lehigh in 
the 1950's. Eta Kappa Nu is a 
national honor society for elec- 
trical and computer engineers. 
The society strives to improve 
faculty/student relations, both 
academically and extracurru- 
cularly. We sponsor pub nights 
to allow students to socialize 
with their professors in a casu- 
al environment. Also, HKM 
sponsors trips to places of in- 
terest and a lecture series. The 
society has about twenty-five 
members; Juniors in the top 
quarter of their class and se- 
niors in the top third of their 
|Class are eligible for member- 
Iship. 




left to right: Bill Wagner, Rob Walte. Al Haar; Vice Pres, Scott Feruson, Mike Mallnchock, Andrew ZIobre, Frank 
Kackmarczyk; Secretary. Stuart Boose, Denise Kell, Craig Scheir, Prof. Doug Frey; Advisor Rob Taylor; Treasurer, Rob 
Bachrach, Mike Babst. Paul Orphanos. Skip Snyder. Paul Hammond: President. 



Academic Clubs 143 



Institute Of Industrial Engineers 




■ '•ti 



,£M1. 



Left to Right: Francis 
Brodowitcz (Secretary), Jen- 
nifer Lakefield (VP Member- 
ship), Prof. Greg Tonkay 
(Faculty Advisor), Wendy 
Hoff (Treasurer), Helm Han- 
sen (President). Not Pictured 
Craig Robson (VP Chapter 
Development), Todd Bales- 
tro (VP Publicity). 





IEEE 



Speakers: Dr. Steve Knight of Sema- 
tech Dept. at AT&T. 

Space Shuttle Astronaut Terry Hart of 
AT&T. 

Herb Van Deusen of GORE. 

Mitch Paris of INTEL. 

Charles Shakespeare founder of BAIRD 
Design. 

Bill Billowitch founder of VHDH Consult- 
ing. 

Gill Ackroyd director of ENGR at Chan- 
nel 39. 

.:geniy Tkachenko of KIEV Institute 
SR. 

Special thanks to: Don Talhelm, Bill 
Freeman, Edward Force, Judy Frenil. 




Officers: Chairman - Chris Starace, V. Chair ■ Mike Babst, V. Chair • Jeanne White, 
Treasurer - Denlse Kell, Secretary ■ Frank Kaczmarczyk. 



144 Activities 



Omega Delta Kappa 




Front Row: Courtenay 
Engeike, Sandra 
Freedman, Mancy Ful- 
ford. Back Row; Mari 
lyn Vricella, Joyce Fer 
tig, Dean Smeaton, 
Rusty Brink. 



Phi Alpha Theta 




An International Honorary 
History Society, this group 
puts on various programs to en- 
courage the study of History. 



Left to Right: Mike DeMie, Erin Markey, 
Prof. Christine Daniels (advisor), Doug 
DeVincens. Scott Emerman, Evan Fal 
ctiuk, Tim Abbott, Prof. Gail Gooper 
(advisor). 



Academic Clubs 145 



Pi Tau Sigma 



Pi Tau Sigma is the National Honor Me- 
chanical Engineering Fraternity. Juniors 
and seniors majoring in mechanical engi- 
neering are invited to join the fraternity in 
the spring semester. Throughout the year, 
Pi Tau Sigma participates in events on 
campus including Explorer Post with the 
College of Engineering. The Fraternity also 
co-sponsors social activities for its mem- 
bers and faculty with the ASME. 





Front Row: Michelle Parker, Frank Steitz, Jeff Rodin (secretary), Chris Takayanna (vice-president), Mark 
Shearer, Gwenyth Child Back Row: Brian Bankoski, Marios Koliopoulos, Paul Sholette, Paul Valerio, Sandra 
Stelling (president), Chris Frazer, Ted Vanhorn, Ron Lascala, James Birdsall, Eric Jacobson 



Sigma Tau Delta — The English Club 



The English Club is a little known group 
on Lehigh's campus, but with each passing 
year we come closer to becoming a well- 
known group that people get involved 
with. The officers, advisors, and members 
organize theatre trips, literature discus 
sions, poetry readings, and movie-viewings 
to show that literature is everywhere in our 
culture, in all forms, and that it deserves 
having some attention paid to it. 

But the best part of all of these art appre 
elation trips, poetry readings, intellectualiz- 
ing, and just having fun is that it is open for 
EVERYOME. You do not have to be an 
English major or minor to join in the fun — 
all you have to do is show up at a meeting. 




First Row: Nicole Matson, Kara Villamil, Mitz Miwa Second Row: Claire Dresen. Michele Rothstein, Michelle 
Tillis, Alyson Caprio, Sandra E. Freedman (president). Donna Plat Third Row: Mike Denie, Bill Hamilton, Peter 
Beidler (Advisor), David Fuchs (Treasurer), Rosemary Mundhenk, Corey Abate (Vice-President), Joe Lucia, 
Vincent Keane 



146 Activities 



Society Of Women Engineers 



1990- 1991 Officers 

President: Erin Cumnnings '92 

Vice President: Sandy Stelling '9 

Treasurer: Susan Glicky '92 

External Secretary: Beth Nussbaum '93 

Internal Secretary: Lynne Craig '91 





Shadowing Day, Candidate's Day, The Tea with the Dean's and the Applebee's Social 
were great successes! So was the High School Outreach Trip to Broughal. The Hay Ride, 
Bowling, and the Freshman Choose a Major Day were, well . . . Things are looking up for 
SWE. Look how many people are in our picture!! 



Tau Beta Pi 



This year marks Tau Beta Pis 105th anniversa 
ry at Lehigh University. TBP. the national engi 
neering honor society, was founded at Lehigh in 
1885, by Professor Edward H Williams. 

The Lehigh Chapter was 61 strong coming into 
the 1990 1991 academic year, but after the fall 
initiation we had 1 15 active members, consisting 
of the top junior and senior engineers in the 
school The spring Initiate class will be approxi 
mately twenty five, bringing the end-of-year total 
to 163 members. 

This year's Tau Beta Pi is led by a fine class of 
officers: Micheal Malinchock. President; Brian 
Bankoski. Vice President; Mike Grieff. Corre 
spending Secretary; Regina Whealon. Recording 
Secretary; Sandi Verish, Treasurer; Ken Lynch. 
Initiate Coordinator With the help of chief faculty 
advisor Walter Hahn. these officers will foster 
scholarship and integrity on the Lehigh engineer 
ing scene. 




Academic Clubs 147 



Dancin' 




Dancin' originated as Lehigh's 
Dance Club in 1982 as a Ballet 
Club bringing together both expe- 
rienced and inexperienced ballet 
dancers. The club officers taught 
the students and led the ballet 
classed. The club has since ex- 
panded to include ballet, jazz, and 
modern dance students and is pro- 
fessionally choreographed by An- 
neliese Burns who also teaches 
and dances at various schools and 
in shows in Pennsylvania and New 
York. Classes are held on a regular 
basis and vary in dance style. The 
club has performed in the Benefit 
for the Homeless and looks for- 
ward to annual dance productions 
including student choreography 
and visiting performers from sur- 
rounding colleges. Dancin' is led 
by President Lynda Stone, Vice- 
President Beth DeMarte and Trea- 
surer Jennine Rexon. 



bottom row: Jennine Rexon. Treasurer; 
Anniiese Burns, Choreographer; Lynda 
Stone. President, middle row: Kristina Ban- 
kowski; Jessica Drexler; Kim Cipolla. top 
row: Sara Kleiner; Jane Harris; Tuesday 
Thomas; Lori Oil. 





148 Activities 



Lehigh University Jazz Ensemble 



The Jazz Ensemble, one of two big bands on cannpus, is a select group of 21 of the fin- 
est jazz musicians. Members audition before the fall semester and rehearse in both the 
fall and spring semester. The group performs five times per academic year, including the 
annual POPS concert, with the Wind Ensemble, and also traveled to Bermuda over 
Spring Break. 




Executive Committee: 

Bob Wagner, President 
Shannon Cawley, Librarian 
Larry Waddell, Publicity 
Chris Tojeira, Stage Manager 



■Fa" 




K ' 


Members: 






Saxophones: 




Trumpets: 


Albert Chang 




Bob Wagner 


Eric Fleischer 




Shannon Cawley 


Bill Jones 




Gary Thompson 


Jonathan Robustell 




Karl Jungbluth 


Larry Waddell 




Kristen Kohler 


Michael Westlein 




Joseph Gothie 


Trombones: 




Rhythm: 


David Cousineau 




Chris Field 


Eric Landrieu 




Jason Redi 


Robert Peale 




Chris Tojeira 


Paul Shultz 




R, T. Weber 


Brandon Truxel 







Lehigh University String Orchestra 




Arts And Entertainment Clubs 149 



Lehigh University Wind Ensemble 



The Wind Ensembly is a select group of 40 of Lehigh's finest wind, brass, and percussion players. Members 
audition for the ensemble in the fall semester, and attend an intense weekend band camp on campus the first 
week of the spring semester. All members of the ensemble participate for one academic credit. The group 
performs three times in the spring semester, including POPS, and an annual tour. This year's tour took the 
group to the island of Bermuda during Spring Break. 




Clarinet: 


Trumpet: 


Andrea Breyley 


Jonathan Campbell 


Marc Houyoux 


Joseph Gothie 


Joanne McQuade 


Kristin Kohler 


Craig Rothe 


Matt Martin 


Meredith Shannon 


Gary Thompson 


Kathryn Snyder 


Bob Wagner 


Saxophones: 


Percussion: 


Bill Jones 


Stephen Brodovicz 


Larry Waddell 


Vincent Keane 


Ruth Lepley 


Jeff McOrmand 


Sharon Sabo 


R. T. Weber 




Trombone: 


Horn: 

Marc Goldstein 
Peter Harms 
Alan McNulty 
Kara Villamil 


David Cousineau 
Eric Landrieu 
Craig Prks 
Brandon Truxel 


Oboe: 

Tara Cornwell 


Bass Clarinet: 
John Scott 


Flute: 

Charleen Achey 
Dora Hoag 
Manette Marvin 


Tuba: 
Joel Rudy 
Daniel Singer 
Scott Tisdale 


D'nese Sokoloski 
Jill Triani 


Bassoon: 
Gwyneth Child 


Euphonium: 


Beth Crowshaw 


Jonathan Meter 





Mountain Under The Star 



Exploring the Middle Ages 
through feasts, revels, dances, 
songs, and nnore. 



back row: Jen Halls, Lewis Tanzos. middle 
rcw: Dan Wolpert. Professor Robert 
Barnes. Arthur Boyd, Wendy Smith, front 
row: Wendy Tull. Kathy Jones, Niki 
Clouser, Dawn Marshall, not shown: Solo 
mon Matisoff, Mark Wood, Elizabeth Kao, 
Brett King, Richard Buck, Bill Miller, Chris- 
toph Snyder, Jonathan Schimanski, Joo 
Rhee, Dino Ruggiero, Brett Perlmutter, 
Claudio Carusone, Jeff Williams. 




150 Activities 



student Activities Council 








m^^*^ 




\ 1 

The Student Activities Council pro 






1990-1991 


vides films, concerts, comedians, and 




Eileen Riechman 


President 


activities for the entire Lehigh commu 




Sybil Cooper 


Vice President 


nity. This year's events included Lehigh 




Melissa Hantak 


Secretary 


Lafayette Bonfire, Springfest Week, 




John Martins 


RHC Rep. 


Drive-in Movie Night, and a Peter Tosh 




Matt Messinger 


IFC Rep. 


Concert. 




Dora Hoag 


Penhel Rep. 






Chris Martin 
Lori Weinstock 


Off Campus Rep. 
Twilight Chair 








Omar Halaby 


Twilight Vice-Chair 


fi 


Shawn Reichel 


Entertainment Chair 


i 


Alicia Karam 


Entertain. Vice-Chair 


1 


Tammy Rich 


Special Events Chair 


! 


Andrew Fiald 


Sp. Events Vice-Chair 




David Prelait 


Concerts Chair 




Marianne Baillet 


Publicity Co-Chair 




Andrew Rich 


Publicity Co-Chair 




Michele Rothtein 


Films Chair 




Jeff Zemsky 


Films Vice-Chair 




Patrick Gormly 


Films Vice-Chair 






Geoff Haskell 


Advisor 



Arts And Entertainment Clubs 151 



Marching 97 







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152 Activities 




Front Row: Beth Croshaw. Kara Villamil, Alanna Verdi, Ruth Lepley, Scott 
Tisdale Back Row: Prof. Casey Teske (Advisor), Walter Strubble, Pete Huse, 
John Scott, Craig Parks. 



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The 1990 season was one of action and one of 
change for the Marching 97, Lehigh's marching 
band. Besides home football games, the 97 was 
proud to represent Lehigh at away games and in 
several community functions. Change came in the 
form of a new home and a new director for the 
band, as well as a whole new crop of "psyched" 
freshmen to keep the band's numbers up. 

The 97 performed its traditional student-written 
pregame and halftime drills at every home football 
game in Goodman stadium. The band also took its 
full show on the road to Towsan State. Holy Cross, 
and Lafayette, and a smaller group "flamed" Dart- 
mouth, Northeastern, William and Mary, and the 
infamous Penn Pacing Break game. The 97 also 
represented Lehigh in the Bethlehem and Heller- 
town Halloween parades and the TEP Cancer Drive 
parade down the Hill. 

The Fall of 1990 also saw the band rejoin the 
music department after several years as an inde 
pendent activity. Professor Casey Teske, director of 
the Wind and Jazz Ensembles, became the 97's 
director and helped the Executive's Committee re- 
cruit a larger number of freshman, on which the 
band hopes to base its return to 97 members within 
the next few years. 
The Executive Committee of the Marching 97: 

1990 Season 1991 Season 
Walter Strubbe '92 — Drum Major — Craig Parks 

'93 

John Scott '91 — Manager — Scott Tisdale '92 

Craig Parks '93 — Student Conductor — Dave 

Cousineau '92 

Scott Tisdale '92 -Freshman Manager — Matt 

Corson '92 

Beth Croshow '92 — Librarian — Robyn Lipton 

'93 

Ruth Lepley '92 — Toots and Suits — Ruth 

Lepley '92 

Pete Huse '91 — Senior Representative — Matt 

Girardy '92 

Kara Villamil '92-Publicity Manager-Claire Dressen 

'92 

Alanna Verdi '91— Staff Assistant— Beth 

Crowshaw '92 



Arts And Entertainment Clubs 153 



Military 



The Association Of Tiie U.S. Army 





The Association of the United States Arnny 
(ACISA) is a national organization formed 47 years 
ago as the "once voice" of the Total Army: the 
active, the retired, the Army Reserve, the Army 
National Guard, the Army civilian, and the sol- 
dier's family. ACISA has as its principle objectives 
the education of the public, liaison with industry, 
support for the people who serve in their coun- 
try's uniform, and their professional development. 
The association is devoted to increasing aware- 
ness of matters concerning the Army and the 



landpower force in general. Members host activi- 
ties that show the public what the Army offers 
and how our defense department operates to de 
fend the nation. The association also sponsors 
field trips for members to military functions to 
increase their understanding of the Army. The 
AUSA's annual national meeting is the nation's 
leading defense forum. The ACISA has just com 
pleted its fifth year on campus here at Lehigh and 
maintains its charter with continued enthusiasm. 



Dimension Color Gup^'d 



Dimension is Lehigh's own coed in- 
door colorguard. Through the use of 
dance and the "traditional" equipment 
including flags, rifles, and sabres, the 
guard created a unique performance 
that will place them at the top of their 
chapter this year. Our new instructor, 
Kelvin Bouknight, has brought much 
enthusiasm to Dimension and we hope 
to make him proud this competition sea- 
son, the first in three years. 

Row 1 (L to R): Kate Jones, Robyn Lip- 
ton, Dawn Marshall /?oiv 2; Wendy Tull, 
Kathy Snyder, Alanna Verdi /?ow 3; Kel- 
vin Bouknight, Maureen Wimmer, Josh 
Kopper, Dave Long 




154 Activities 



LU Army Color Guard 




We are a club of Army ROTC. We 
perform for social, academic, and mili- 
tary functions. We present the National 
Colors when we perform. 



Left to right: Dan Long, Jen Ford, John Murray, Jeff Erdley, Renee Lasco, Chris Smith, 
Rich Kruger, Tim Gauigan, Darnell, Caballes. 



Lehigh Ranger Club 



The Lehigh University Ranger Club 
competes in the ROTC sponsored Rang 
er Challenge Competition, an intercolle 
giate military skills competition, and 
trains its members in the basics of small 
unit patrolling and leadership. 




Memlxrs (not in order): Thomas Leak, Jim Pelletier, Pete Etner. John Yu. Bill Graf, Rich Krueger, Andy 
Morgado. Bill Musico. Alex Amos. Jeff Erdley, Robert Cook. Giovanni Maggipinto. Jeff Jacobucci, Malt 
McHale, Bill Ryan. Chris Andujar. Jerome Brenneman, Will Beck, Bill Thumm, Carlos Monies, Nate Hunsinger, 
Kevin John, Scott Silvi, Tim Mayer, Scott Rehrig. 



Military Clubs 155 



Scabbard And Blade 




The Scabbard and Blade 
is the Mational Honor Soci- 
ety of the Army R.O.T.C. 
Members of the club partici- 
pate in organizing various 
activities which benefit the 
R.O.T.C, Lehigh, and Beth- 
lehem communities. Some 
of our activities include Op- 
eration Santa Claus, which 
provides gifts for local under 
privileged children during 
the Christmas holiday sea- 
son and a fruit basket sale 
which allows parents to 
send their children a fruit 
basket and a "good luck on 
finals" wish. 



left to right: Christy Havas. Presi 
dent/Treasurer; Laura Owens; Matt 
McHale, Vice-President; Terry John- 
son; Arsenio Ibay; Jim Pelletier; 
Chris Andujar; Peter Entner; Laura 
Farpour; Dan Long; Billi-Jean Wil 
son. Secretary. 



Social And Special Interest 



Alpha Phi Omega 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity 
dedicated to school and community service. This 
year we did a number of worthwhile service pro 
jects including making food baskets for the poor, 
tree-planting and ushering several campus activi- 
ties. We also participated in South Side Alive, 
Interaction Day and Adopt-a Grandparent 
programs. 



members: Kim Trupiano, President; Adrienne 
Tsang, VP Membership; Anne Larsen, VP Service; 
Kirsten Costello, Treasurer; Jennifer Reller, Secre- 
tary; Brooke Bennett, Eric Crause, Diane Brobst, 
Debra Cogan, Mark Florio, Dana Hontz, Michelle 
LaRocca, Debra Lehr, Dana Lombardo, AtuI 
Mathur, Carolyn Milhiser, Jennifer Owczarek, 
Stephanie Parmele, John Reihle, Jennine Rexon, 
Heather Schorr, Lynn Schott, Ellyse Smolenak, 
Kathryn Snyder, Kim Strom, Jeanne White, Euge- 
nia Zenicki. 




156 Activities 



Best Buddies 




Back Row: Margaret Rayne. Heather Schorr Front Row: Deta Alexandrou, Smita Kasat, Pam Pogorolec, Lis 
DeLucca, Michelle Tlllis (Co-Program Coordinator), Rich Chu (Co Program Coordinator), Sandra E. Freedman 
(Chapter Director). John Papozoglou. Tena Alexandrou (Chapter Treasurer). 



The mission of Best Buddies is to pro- 
vide an opportunity for college students 
and persons with mild to moderate men- 
tal retardation to become friends. Since 
contact between college students and 
persons who are mentally disabled sel 
dom happen spontaneously, Best Bud 
dies facilitates social contact by organiz- 
ing group outings and requiring ongoing 
one-to-one activities for College Buddies 
and Buddies. Best Buddies seeks to con- 
tribute positively to the social and psy- 
chological development of ail involved 
and to the community at large. Stu- 
dents increase their understanding of 
themselves and learn more about living 
together in a large and diverse commu- 
nity. For persons with mental disabil- 
ities, Best Buddies affords the opportu 
nity to make new friends, go new 
places, and meet people who are out- 
side of their often limited social settings. 
Best Buddies is a multipurpose pro- 
gram, however the key element is 
friendship and commitment to that 
friendship. 



East Asia Society 



First Row: George Lee (Treas. F'90), Carol Ying 
(Vice Pres 90-91), Richard Chu (Pres 90-91), King 
Hung Chan, Hou Sheng Lin. Second Row: Asha 
Thomas, Debbie Linn, Cindy Esteban. Carla Tang, 
Sabrina Wang, Christine Silat, Joe Lee (Secretary 
S'91), Frank Hoang, Wilson Fung, Tak Odagiri, 
Mon Aung Third Row: Kristine Wong, Yon Chin 
Lee, Lai Lim, Kevin Ching, Derek Sethachutkul 
(Treas. S'91), Doohwan Ma, Jenny Lee, John Lee- 
Tin, Micheal Chua, David Kung, Zarci Sein, Ken 
Kwoh, Hoa Trieu, Alex Kung, Oliver Wong, Kenny 
Chen, 



f^"! 




Social Clubs 157 



Green 




The Biology Club, also known as 
Green, Is not just a group of students 
who sit and talk about cellular process- 
es. We are a group of friends with di- 
verse backgrounds and varying fields of 
study with one thing in common - an 
interest in Biology. In the past, we have 
taken trips to the Baltimore Aquarium, 
the Museum of Matural History, and the 
Bronx Zoo. We have also hosted dinners 
with members of the faculty, shown bi- 
ology - related films, and produced a 
newsletter. We plan to continue the tra- 
dition of combining good times with 
education. As always, we welcome new 
members. 




back row: Dr. Sands, Sam Pappas, Dan Shelly, Tracy Kerr. Robyn Lipton, Dr. Krawiec. Second row Christine 
Cobb, Mark Taylor, Ramon Franco. Jen Herron. Donna Esposito. Karen Calcagno. Whitney Rearick, Heather 
DelBalso. front row: Leann Terrell, Ingrid Boumans. Jarrod Kaufman, David Kasarda 



Interfraternity Council 





1990 Officers 


President 


Mike Moss 


VP Administration Jeff Goldberg | 


VP Judicia 


1 Oli Olafson 


Treasurer 


Alan Wittman 


Secretary 


Pete Poseman 




1991 Officers 


President 


Jeff Goldberg 


VP Administration Phil Volpicelli | 


VP Judicia 


1 Dave Weiss 


Treasurer 


Jim Buckley 


Secretary 


Jim Mirenda 




Back Row (L to R): Nick Cassino, Chuck Ott, Britt Benson. Bill Collard, Jim Kennedy, Jason Jacobs, Dave Kennedy, Todd 
Gladstone, Bob Robeson (Advisor). Front Row: Jim Buckley, Phil Volpicelli, Jeff Goldberg, Dave Weiss, Jim Merenda. 



158 Activities 




Korean Student Association 



Back Row: Jung San Yang, Jim Chou, Sung Yoon, John Yu, ident) Front Row: Jung Yu, Peter Pi, Woong Sun Yoo, Yong 
Doohwan INa (Secretary) Middle Row: Dae Ko, Won Choi, Joo Cho, Tony Kang, Charles Choi, Yun Chin Lee (Vice- 
Sang Jin Park, Elizabeth Kim, Susan Hong, Joseph Ahn (Pres- President), Gina Choi (Treasurer), Young Jin Suh. 



Lehigh Christian Fellowship 



Lehigh Christian Fellowship (LCF) is 
a chapter of Inter Varsity Christian Fel- 
lowship, a nondenominational, national 
organization of Christian college stu- 
dents dedicated to serving and bringing 
Jesus Christ to their campuses. LCF 
I stresses personal growth through disci- 
1 pleship, weel<ly small Bible studies, wor 
ship, and prayer. Fellowship is also 
found through missions projects, evan- 
gelism projects (Atlantic City. Daytona 
Beach, Allentown), LCF Dinners, road 
trips, volleyball, movie nights, and 
many other activities. 




Social Clubs 159 



Lehigh Dining Services 




Newman Council 



The Mewman Council is a Catholic 

student organization on the Lehigh cam 

pus. It works to build a Christian com 

munity of faith encounters with God 

The purpose of Mewman is to help es 

tablish an active body of Christian be 

lievers in the academic community. 

- Father "Bob" Cohens 

(Lehigh's first Catholic Chaplin) 

Newman Chaplin, '73'79 




Left to Right: Fr. John Mraz, Denise Lujic. Dinese Sokowski, Cindy Esteban, Jane Micallef, Mhia Poblete, 
Robert Glennon, John Meyer, Sr. Sylvia Cox, Marissa Peters 



160 Activities 



Panhellenic Council 




Back Row (L to R): Jen 
Sajda. Merideth Brozost, 
Joan Reed, Michelle Parker. 
Dora Hoag Front Row: Kir 
stin Haizorsen (Administra 
tive Asst ), Julie Johnston 
(President). Susan Degenaro 
(Treasurer). Karen Pupke 
l(Rush Chairperson), Liz 
I Bloch (Publicity Chairper 
son) Missing: Kim Harvey, 
Karen Thurston, Adrienne 
Shapiro- 




Progressive Student Alliance 




Social Clubs 161 



Social Relations Club 




top row; John Franchini, Tammy Rich, and 
Prof. Spade, bottom row: Suzanne Rivers 
and Carrie Goodfellow. 



W.l.S.E. 




Women Involved in Student Edu- 
cation was founded in 1984 as a club 
that addressed Women's issues 
through speakers, programs, work- 
shops, and conferences. We are re- 
sponsible for organizing the Big/Lit- 
tle Sister program at Lehigh. This 
program provides all incoming fe- 
males with an upperclass student 
who can help her adjust to life at 
Lehigh. We have had speakers on 
balancing career and family, wom- 
en's safety, and being in the first co- 
ed class at Lehigh. We have also had 
fashion shows and workshops on 
health and career planning. We hope 
next year's officers will have similiar 
success. 



left to right: Kim Jessum, Big/Little Sister 
Coordinator, Jeanne Minasian, President: Miki 
Nishimura, Vice President; Kirstin Manning, 
Treasurer; and Jeanne White, Assistant Big- 
/Little Sister Coordinator (not pictured). 



162 Activities 




The Crew Team 



President: Steve (Jftrin 
Vice President: Brian Price 
Treasurer: Kathy Boyda 
Secretary: Suzanne Greene 
Equipment Manager: Alex Roberts 
Co-Captains: Lily Cassel and Eric Gopen 
Coach: Steven Vetter 




Row I: Beth Seibold, Kristin Vitacco, Becky Rimmer. Marguerite 
Feldman, Suzanne Greene. Tamar Frank, Darcee Dalbac. Row 2: 
Karyn Schmeidler, Steve (Jftring, Ingrid Kohler, Kattiy Boyda, Liz 
Beattie, Lori Norian, Jocelyn Webber. Row 3: Mike Noll, Nick Reck- 



tiene, Mike Turner, Alex Turner, Alex Roberts, Suzie Gleeson, Sarah 
Dennis. Row 4: Aaron Liet>erman, Doug Fait, Ray Ojserkis, Kari 
Kukanskis. Row 5: Brian Price. Lily Cassei, Eric Gopen. 



Despite many changes that the Crew Team has undergone, including many 
seniors graduating last spring, hiring a new coach, and members joining and leaving 
in the middle of the season, the Crew Team started both the fall and the spring 
season with a bang! We rowed this year, for the first time in our career, in one of the 
biggest races on the East Coast: the Head of the Charles. We also raced in the head 
of the Schykill, and in the third annual Lehigh/Lafayette Regatta. We were espe- 
, cially pleased with our consistant winnings against our competitors in the Patriot 
League. 




Athletic Clubs 163 



Gaming Club 




Outing Club 




Rock Climbing 


Hiking 


Caving 


Skiing 


Camping 


Paint Ball Skirmish 


Parachuting 


White Water Rafting 


Hangliding 


Canoeing 



Officers: 
President Chris 

Starace 
Vice-Pres. Linda 

Yaverbaum 
Treasurer Jeff Payne 
Secretary Pete 

Goodale 



Special Thanks to: 

Jane Gilbert 
Mark Liebmann 
Paul Hammond 
Eric Baisch 
Dustin Ferris 
Jeff Sherzer 



Good Skill! 




Lake George 
The Gunks 
Lehigh River 
Delaware River 
Ralph Stover Park 



Blue Mountain 
Schofers Cave 
Hazleton Airport 
Ricketts Glen State 
Park 



164 Activities 



Powder Puff Football 




Thanks to all who participated! 

Remember: LaSalle, run? Powder and Puff, Road 
kill, the little car that could, Motormouth, Bull 
moose!? Anyone for tackle? Karen . . . "put that 
thing on!", Practice, who else is coming? Kerri . . 
. take care of those bruises . . . Although our fall 
season was short, we look forward to playing in 
the spring. 



front row: Erin Milikian, Julie ZaKroff, Trisha Pepe, Angie 
Warner, Maureen Baran. back row: Lauren Whitman. Jenni 
fer Dockerty, Heather Weiss. Becky Hillard. Cristina Neuser 



\ Ski Club 



The Lehigh Ski Team has been in 
existence for eight years with both a 
mens and a womens team. We race in 
the NJ Ski League and have made the 
mid ■ Atlantic regionals the past four 
years in a row. This year the men won 
the NJ Ski League and the women came 
in second. At Regionals the men and 
were in to the top five teams and Senior 
Regina Borgia qualified for Nationals in 
Mt. Batchelor Oregon. The ski teams 
compete against Princeton. Columbia, 
Rutgers, Lafayette, and Montclair State 
locally, and Penn State, Penn, Bucknell, 
Gniv. of Va.. Va. Tech., and West Virgin- 
ia regionally. Senior Captain Jay Mum- 
ford led the team along with excellent 
finishes by Juniors Dave Salathe, Peter 
Vlasov, and Sophomore Peter Cheri- 
chetti. Regina Borgia led the womens 
team with Seniors Wendy Rand, Cindy 
Harrington, and Darcee Dalhbec finish 
ing well. 




first row: Keith Bainer. Peter Cherichetti. Cindy Harrington. Jim Mahoney. second row: Peter Deeley. Melissa 
Cohen. John Melvin, Wendy Rand, Darcee Dalhbec third row: Regina Borgia. Peter Vlasov. Jay Mumford. 
David Salathe. 



Athletic Clubs 165 



The Year In Review . . . 



just Another Day in America, 
But on the Verge of History 

Census Bureau Places Population at 249. 6 Million 

Hollywood Help Us! 

A growing number of stars are starting foundUilions to back iibercil causes 






Super Bowl XXV in Tampa, Fla. 

Giants Win Super Bowl 
As Bills Miss Field Goal 




OCMnS of ftCtiyitaC Envuvnmmtalul 

Datuon n.m:tr his 4/.>u*r, m Maiibu 



Saving the rain forest: 

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TWO GERMANYS UNITE AFTER 45 YEARS 
WITH JUBILATION AND A VOW OF PEACE 

Weak economy worries 
students seeking jobs 



Beonard Bernstein Is Dead; 
1 Monarch of Music Was 72 





Growing Talk of Date Rape 
Separates Sex From Assau 

FD.Q. Bach's Endii 




The real-estate slump has shocked 
millions — and threatens tht n) 



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B!C BANKS REDUCE 
KEY LENDING RATE 
TO 8I%^FR0M 9% 

STIMULUS TO BORROWING 

Response to Federal Reserve 

Cuts — Latest Data Show 

Economy Is Still Weak 




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Layoffs and Cutbacks 



SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Smoking 
Causes Lung Cancer. Heart Disease, 
Emphysema. And May Complicate Pregnancy. 



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BEST PICTURE 



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Madonna earned S39 million 
last year, and Forbn maga- 
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10.2% Rise in a Decade 

— Urban Officials 

Want A djustment 




Gamble for Huasein: 
Power or Oblivion 



Kuwait Is Retaken After 7 Months \ 
As A Hies Destroy Main Iraqi Forcel 






President Saddam Hiuacin 



Should the Amencuns become embroiled, u e will make them 
swim in their own blood, Allah willing. 

— Saddam Hussein, 
to the leaders of the ruling Baath Socialist Party 



//" we get into an armed situation. \Saddam\ w going to get 
his ass kicked 

— Gemrge Bush, 
to congressional leaders 



On H Norman Schwwckopf diacuaaing «;W0 »wy 
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SOVIET LEADERS AGREE TO SURRENDER 
COMMUNIST PARTY MONOPOLY ON POWE 



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never recovered 
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found in MMnc 
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New Computer Failure Imperils 
U.S. Shuttle Astronomy Mission 

Lint From Uniform* Clog* Tele*cope Mechanism 

President Biah 

In Test, 'Star Wars' Picks Off a Warhead in Space 




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Betsy Smith 



Kim Jessum 



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-BIythe Holbrooke 



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On Campus Living 





On-Campus Living 171 



The Gryphon Society 




Gryphon Pub Night! !!!!!!! by Steve Kottakis 

on Thursday at 10PM. If you can get past the bouncer then come 
Well, even though Lehigh does not acknowledge Labor Day, other places 

do!!!!!!! Rob Mattedi and John Krupa were gracious enough to visit. 
Quote by Winston Beauchamp Centennial 

From a freshman "The airconditioner in My room Does NOT work! !!!!!!" 
Water Games by Jim "the radical" Schray Trembley 
Fact: gryphon Sex increased dramatically during the Sunday Blackout. 

Gryphons don't let Gryphons wear beer goggles. 
Twister with a Twist by Courtenay Engelke and Marc Ippolito Richards 

Many hours of practice at naked twister they decided no for hall 
Will the Gryphons of A 3 and B 2 actually cohabitate. 
I Love Vince Fan Club contact Satan to join this limited fan club. 
Lots of stairs, Gryphon squares. Gray squirrels everywhere, Pass or fail, 

do or die, Crew team's on the Lehigh, Mountaintop, Lehigh Mall, Fraternity 

Fooseball, Rainy weather, insecticide, beer scum solidified. . . 

check-in, wrong keys once again, Hall Directors at the Ho!!! 

TA's from a strange land. Freshmen Nymphomania, grab your condoms, safe sex 
we can't find the other Havsy to make one wholsy. 
What is Mark McKinney studing French or is it know German? 
Does anyone on campus not know Dan Long? 
Adam Griff, aka stud muffin, can no longer frequent Drinker A-3. 

According to gryphon. Mo, the girls are completely heartbroken over him. 
Please pay the dues before you start spending all of your money. 
Congratulate Ozzy and Vicki Breiner, BOY (use the blue diapers) , due the crawl 
Mo, seen any good rugby games lately? asked Alex Anus, I mean Amos. 
Tricia troll queen or is it the morgue again. 

Another unconfirmed sighting of Chris Starace has been reported. 
Charlie, I'm sending you that article on 20 ways to skin a deer. 
M 4 M our staff is studying very hard for exams... most of us are engineers! 
John Dougherty is the gryphon who knows the Class of 1994 "most intimately" . 
"You shall chose amoung the Majors, for no man can be master of all", CREATION 

God looked upon the undergraduates, and he smiled. He said to Likins, "the 

campus is yours, for I shall rest." and write my autobiography, "lacocca". 
Larry "I sleep in Mo's room but only when she's not there" Waddell 
Jeff "tie me up, make me wear a sexy bra and lipstick" Havsy 
John "I swear I can control my whole damn life through the remote!" Grayson 
Karen "I like my hall when I don't see them" Schray 

Dead squirrel hanging from the shower bar, good"Keepers of the Gold"scenario? 
Next time you see his girlfriend (Alia) ask her if she knows about his 

homosexual tendencies and his willingness to undress in public. 
Now is the time for people to choose if they will be gryphons next 

year or not or put out to pasture in the "real" world. 
From: Adam J. Griff Dare to BE Different!! 





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Gryphons 173 



Richards B-3 




Volunteer House 





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Tiber this tomorrow morning" s. 
rything. But remember . 
*ight!! . . I'm so confuseni 
Mad Dog, woof! . . If \ 
jet your head out of the toilet, you ( 
hange the world . . blind dates . . s 
ambles . . Lucy's, the only placf 
MoEzarella sticks . . skipping no 
neetings . . IM's and the forfeit point: 
lance fields . . Gilbert, up all nigt 
... . . . waa . . eyelash peanuts "; 

iSt thing I remember, i was at the bar 
Hall of shame . , Water fights . . Jt 
iots . . Bad jokes, puns . . A year nev 
> be forgotten, at least most of it 
riends for'='"«»'' 



174 Living 



Trembley #8 




Trembley #10 



Rutabaga, rutabaga . . "Yeah-huh! . . 

'iapet . . "What'sa lobotomy?" the 

ind" upstairs . . DAYS & GH . . Get 
the Sensation . . Spring Break in Florida 
"Reeeally" . . OleTequilia . . the "all" 
list . "I feel like baking" . . Jin has three 

Irooms . . "I just go to the fitness 

ter to scope" . . Where's May-Win? . 

^re you hungry Bill?" . . Anothei 
'■"m not answering the phone 
not for me" . . Packardth* 
home away from home . . "If 1 make 
pnr-icorn, will you help me eat it" . . 

idi-Eric . . Buzza-Buzza . . he's at the 
. . "1 didn't get any mail, but 1 did get 

• :e catalogs" . . Smoke alarm . . "No, 
that's just May-Win's violin" . . Super 
Bowl Halftime Football . . "the phone'^ 
broken again" . . Walk of shame . . 
irugs . . "Hay, did Dave get a joh 
dmes . . Peace commandos . 
Born to be 3-man! . . Angle called, Bil 
called . . I'm not in my right state o 
mind . . Congratulations on your Gradt_ 
ations Ellyse and May Win! 



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On-Campus Living 175 



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176 Living 



Dravo A-3 




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SKC"Can you guys just . . . 
?" . . SLAM!! in the hall" "Y, 
whatever Steph!" . . Here 
come the boysMT, BL, BF, 
JA, MA . . Wednesday night 
dinners . . You 5 are the hall . . 
Who slept over last night? . . 



Where's Fran? . . Pictionary 
anyone? . . Cindy and Elyse at 
Kappa Sig . . Where's Holly- 
Richards . . I'll never drink 
again!!! . . MONODOG! . . 
Land of Canaan . . LOVE A3 



Williams 3 




OnCampus Living 177 



Off-Campus Living 




413 Adams St. 



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180 Living 



426 Birkel Ave. 




Predictions for the future: Margaret marries a Sugar Daddy. Greg becomes a pasta-making househus- 
band with six kids, Wendi becomes a Senate fillibuster. Mitch owns a gambling casino, and Corey 
becomes a broodmare wearing pink fuzzy slippers. 




ir lovable cat. Sinbad 



Off-Campus Living 181 



1987-1988 M & M A3 




Still Crazy After All These Years! 




I will miss you all terribly — Good 
luck and be we 



Love, Core} 



430 Birkel Ave. 




448 Birkel Ave. 




Off-Campus Living 183 



456 Birkel Ave. 



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478/480 Birkel Ave. 




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Jen Sajda. Cindy Wolff. Debbie Schwartzberg. Kerry Anne McGeary. Kathy Pattaras, and Jody Leonard. 



Off-Campus Living 187 



216 E. 5th St. 




From left to right: Mhia Poblete. Britt Carter. Jeanne Minasian, Nga Nguyen, and Tammy Rich. 




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188 Living 



313 E. 5th St. 




Off-Campus Living 189 



430/432 E. 5th St, 



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190 Living 



A109 E. Morton St. 




Bethann Gail Matonis. Susan Ashley Lanter. Jennifer Marie Boyda 
Melissa Kate Golden. Jennifer Lynn Putsis, Mary Therese Carola 



Off-Campus Living 191 



318 Morton St. 




From left to right: Suzanne Rivers, Jessica Williams, and Carey Goodfellow. 



547 Hillside Ave. 




511 E. Packer Ave. 




Ersy, Hoff, Chaj., Borj., L.T., Shanga, and Daphers. 




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Off-Campus Living 193 



541 Hillside Ave, 





194 Living 










Off-Campus Living 195 



558/559 Hillside Ave. 




Kim Bach, Amy Burgin, Amy Cohen, Evelyn Gebaver, Kim Hausman, Karen Overchuk, Debbie Schwartz, 
Marianne Shaver, and Margaret Welsh. 




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196 Living 



563 Hillside Ave. 








The Beez, Strom, Lisa, & Wendy 2 



556 Hillside Ave. 





Off-Campus Living 197 



450 Montclair Ave. 





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198 Living 




526 Montclair Ave, 




Off-Campus Living 199 



612 Montclair Ave, 




Tricia Fleming. Kathy Elias, Karin Kelly. Andrea Strong, Kris Parkinson, and Regina Borgia. 




200 Living 



614 Montclair Ave. 




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Off-Campus Living 201 



415 Montclair Ave. 




628 Montclair Ave, 



the men up the street- "We're still having a 
really big party" . . Drunken Lower Ce 
raid . . the milk chugging chart ?^=.r 
amazing spelling abilities . . P 
■" ^ " "^O pond . . Dinging . . piim;: 
Kim's a what? E.M.? . . Su 
iol= unleashed terror . . Letters to 
ipn - . Deb's WWF '^. m a r ;< 
ay above the 

~ ul's pinning , . Lehigh 
the girls room & I'll 
:r Lafayette if you let me use your 
.^^......^om . . Bobby -'ikrapp"'^ -^-.^^ Su- 
san the fireperson . . Bii awls . . 
~ it I'm Swearj- Thurs- 
■ts at the Ho. ^ ^ o bed" . 
i the guy downstairs? SHHh 
r as-.ci, raata, Pasta short" . . "10:30 . . . ui 
don't you have a 9:00 final? Yeah, but 1 
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ties RuleSusan . - "Mnm 
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Sarah the house 




202 Living 



419 Vine St. 




425 Webster St. 




Christina Petrillo. Pamela Spragregen. Risa Fisher, 
and Elisa Davis 





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Kermit! 









Off-Campus Living 203 



226 Warren Square 








204 Living 



224 Warren Square 




Karen Fortune. Jennifer Gannon. Tricia Giovacco, Amy Shaffer, Mary Mullusky 



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Front Row (L to R): Melissa Peller. Jill Me 


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206 Living 




445 Webster St 




754 Wyandotte 




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Rich "The Rikker" Chu. Dave "Globey" Kung, Woong "Woonie" Yoo, Joe "Scooter" Hung, 
Dan "Danielsan" Lee 



Off-Campus Living 207 



Greek Life 




208 Living 





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Alpha Chi Omega 

Theta Chi Chapter 




210 Living 



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Gz-ee/f L//e 211 



Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Sigma Eta Chapter 




212 Living 



MATTHEW WASILEWSKI BRADFORD FERSTAN 

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CAWTER CANTERBURY STEVEN GREENBLATT 

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13 k.< 91 




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BRADLEY KANE 



ROCER MOSS 



JASON KRUMBEIN ROBERT ;iOK 




ROBERT KACZUR LEE SPERLING 



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Greek Life 213 



Alpha Gamma Delta 

Zeta Beta Chapter 



214 




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Greek Life 215 



Alpha Omicron Pi 

Lambda Gpsilon Chapter 





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Alpha Sigma Phi 

Beta Epsilon Chapter 




220 Living 



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Gree/f L//e 227 



Alpha Tau Omega 

Alpha Rho Chapter 




222 Living 




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Beta Theta Pi 



Beta Chi Chapter 



224 Living 





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GreeA^ Life 225 



Chi Phi 

Psi Chapter 



226 Living 




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>t the boot . . Mall probation . . Bugs . . 

lie cords . . Chug & Blow (bleed) . . H to 
[the 4th . . What are you ladles doing? drink- 
ing tea? . . The South will rise again! . . Shut 
|up Pieper! . . Tim - Kim, Pebbles & BamBam, 

m twins . . SOPHMORES SUCK!. . Two 

ss too far . . Hall you have been baked 
more times than I can count to five . . Beer 
•^ Tnas . . Death . . Turkey Eyeball . . 
;ble Hog Back Growler . . Turtle . . Dick 



Jacks . . For the love of God, shave Dorthys 
back . . Serious F • ■ - ing lumber . . Fluff . . 
Bring back trow . . The shark . . Am I F • • - 
ing you know or what . . Give the burgles a 
bakeshot . . Ben's farts . . April in chains . . 
Mamas Boy . . Jim likes Chinese . . CJ. Dug I 
want! . . On command blow . . Breakfast in 
bed . . Bog Hog, Swamp Creature, Oink 
Oink!! . . Crispy & Sprayer . . Doug the dead 
deer . . iggy squidinski . . Hotel Biller . . TJC . 



. Time to beat the s • • ■ out of Flounder . . 
Hagar we all hate you . . The Frog . . Herpers 
simplex 3 . . SOPHMORES SUCK!. . Ander- 
sons . . GO BUCS . . Shut up Pieper! . . HC4 
+ M . . Huse blowing . . The Tomcat . . 
Shoot the duck . . Death mutant lizard Gan- 
non . . J.B. (1:43) . . The five days . . Huse's 
mom . . Bobbing for blow . . ITBDLITFTB 



Greek Life 227 



Chi Psi 

Alpha Beta Delta Chapter 




228 Living 




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DFAOLO XNATHkN SCGAL UMS SAWnSC <U7l HOwnC 



P*rTO« PETE LOJPOS 




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■VAHHWP STCFMEN BANOVIC GICeORV SHECHOWSn PETER BfUUOOeifKER JAMES WUCUKAUSKI MKHAEL LVNCH JESSE WRIGHT EDCARJON COFFEY PAT REGAN GRECCflV WVANO 




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Delta Chi 



Lehigh Chapter 



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Greek Life 231 



Delta Gamma 



Epsilon Lambda Chapter 




232 Living 



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Gree/f I/fe 235 



Delta Sigma Phi 

Beta Theta Chapter 




236 Living 




a EOS*#C AH^ffEM TMOMPSON BRIAN mcKER GREGORVASAF W CODY ANDERSON STUART JlSSU DAW KMG STEVE ROOGERS 7>oiHCOHEN 




Delta Tau Delta 



Beta Lambda Chapter 




238 Living 



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19311 !^rS 1991 



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Drive for Five — Mission Accomplished . . 
irandmaster RAA . . no worries . . PTP 
ever— Catch It! . . Big Chief Solid Guy . . 
Deep fat fryer? I don't even know her! . . C. 
Imoker . . SK Buddy . . What Is that a 
.neaker Phone? . . That's Great! . . There's 
o wr!\ \*:-'A can be free! . . Mystery pin- 
nin,| — -Ai ;r are the odds? . . Chad — 'nuff 
J . . Cleen dee f — ing plates! . . Softball 
li imps . . Salsa sauce and soup du jour of 
ht: day . . Sproat is the coolest guy I've ever 
net, ever . . Frik and Frak . . Slam Bam Ping 
'ong man . . Totally my fault . . Hairburger 
1' Iper . . Top Ten Reasons why . . Allen- 
own College Lehigh Valley Mall Campus . . 
-umbering . . Chi Chi's MNF . . Is Alex in the 
:loset . . As far as you know . . Choppin' 
3roccolee . . The swimmers are the real 
ghost . . Dismissed as coincidence . . Scape- 
goat of the week . . I'll squash you like a 
small grape . . Tommy Lasorda — exploded . 



. Brother Sleestak . . BO . . Dinger! . . Senic 
GPAs . . The ice tastes like garlic — Where 
ROCK? . . SEafood Pasta . . A shot? Wher 
did this come from? . . Where are John 
cats? . . Hey, how was your Thanksgiving 
Do anything you want to me . . What is th< 
velvet . . Wayne's World . . Can we • 
trouble for that . . Link's good friends 
RPI . . What? Rick got mugged at Food Lar 
and Michael Jordan is on steroids? . ' - 
that great? . . The Cruise . . Hair heirr 
Jamie won the pool? . . Good luck, coaf 
. Don't break that pencil. Mo, it's onlv f 
tion . . Grilled cheese twice a 
Scared, nervous? . . Thumbs up . . bieepir 
with the Lambs . . Vince got hit by a bus 
I vote no what does that mean? . . 
graduated? . . Lu and Carlos' visas evn 
Tug of War . . Stoplights ..Aw; 
woo woo . . You want to fight, fight mr 
all comes back to IMs 




Greek Life 239 



Delta Gpsilon 

Lehigh Chapter 



240 Living 




«Cm rtifdSM ,•(>« WldTM ' B«IAN ' hit . BOO BOCTTOCR STCPmCN MTOdO Xf'l' 




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LEHIGH CHAPTER 

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Greek Life 241 



Delta Zeta 



Xi Pi Chapter 




242 Living 




Drlla Hrta 



XI PI CHAPTER 



19911 '^WW"' 1991 






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I always remember- 
DBICU . . . Who stole our rock? MATIVF 
Field Reps out the kazoo — CJGH. loses a 
ivini-i' eld wiper . . "68" . . Double header 
's . . At least I'm consistent . . 
''\ -i^A NO MORE Engage- 
ments! . . No she's not . . Another candle 



r.t 'ne urinals came in hand 
jsk vou a question? Why are yc , 
^ H ■ - -? SACRIFICE TO THE GOI 



. Shh-just 
i.ppery place . . 
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"lower girl of 
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.eider losen . . first the cook, now the maid 

Ir . . Are 

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fiharon Share Alike . . Goldman, Goldberg, 
all the same . . If you can't say anything 
nice, come sit by me . . B . . Oh wha! 
night . . Freshmen are innocent — le 
corrupt them!!! . . Take a number, Kath 
here . . $50 bucks for the library table, 
money for the floor! . . Paul and Tom 
the team t! . . Joel ' 

. IGMPB ne more 

Crow — Sig Ep, here 
,Ha>, ,,,h,iri we look bac.% ■.,.. k.,., «^, ,. ^.. 
barrassed then we are now!! . . " 



Mic ia, Sharon, Diane, K 

Supc, ^in s. Jenn, Maria, Beth, Jen, 
Marilyn, Susan 







Greek Life 243 



Gamma Phi Beta 



Delta Kappa Chapter 




244 Living 



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Greek Life 245 



Kappa Alpha 

Pennsylvania Alpha Chapter 




246 Living 




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Gree/c L//e 247 



Kappa Alpha Theta 



Epsilon Rho Chapter 



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248 Living 




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Greek Life 249 



Kappa Sigma 

Beta Iota Chapter 




250 Living 





Greek Life 251 



Lambda Chi Alpha 

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LIFE IS AN ENDLESS CYCLt, Vt tJtuxiMWXWUca rtiviu ilini^x.ivo^. 
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Seniors 




Co-Seniors Editors. 



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Alicia Karam 






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Divider 291 



The Lehigh Experience 

Congratulations to the Class of 1991! On August 
27, 1987 you might have wondered how you were 
going to survive four long years balancing all of the 
new aspects of your life. Well, you did it. You are 
now proud alumni of Lehigh. Here is a poem that 
we feel summarizes the Lehigh experience. 



You arrived at Lehigh. 
You had great big eyes. 
You had great big dreams. 
You had great big suitcases. 
You had a tiny room. 
You made Lehigh home. 

You checked mail twice a day. 
You checked mail once a day. 
You checked mail once a week. 
You forgot where your mailbox 
was. 

You learned where your classes 

were. 

You learned to read Greek. 

You learned to roam the Hill. 

You forgot where your dorm was. 

You went to Linderman to study. 

You went to Linderman to 

socialize. 

You went to Linderman to sleep. 

You took your first exam. 

You failed your first exam. 

You went to Mart to study. 

You walked to tailgates at Taylor 

Stadium. 

You froze outside Taylor Stadium. 

You beat Lafayette in Taylor 

Stadium. 

You took home a piece of Taylor 

Stadium. 

You tossed a football to Goodman 

Stadium. 

You lost to Lafayette. 

You lost to Lafayette. 

You CRUSHED Lafayette!! 

You went to great concerts at 

Stabler. 

You saw James Taylor, Sting, 



INXS. 

You skipped Barry Manilow. 

You went to Stabler for B-ball. 
You held up your P's and Q's. 
You cheered for LG in the NCAA. 

You read the Brown and White. 

You complained in the Brown and 

White. 

You complained about the Brown 

and White. 

You went to Sig Ep on Tuesday. 

You went to Pi Lam on 

Wednesday. 

You went everywhere on Thursday. 

You always went to Late Night 

Sigs. 

You took a 7:55 class. 

You then heard about blocking. 

You took a 9:00 class. 

You then learned how to block. 

You took Friday classes. 

You then perfected blocking. 

You went Greek. 

You stayed Independent. 

You became an Gpperclassman. 

You moved off campus. 

You paid higher tuition. 
You paid higher tuition. 
You paid higher tuition. 
You paid higher tuition. 

You forgot about your future and 
worried about the weekend. 
You enjoyed every weekend and 
philosophized about the future. 
You worried about your future and 
escaped on the weekend. 



You worked through the weekend 
and planned your future. | 

You turned 21 and went to the Ho. 

You suddenly attended Senior 

nights. 

You wondered what happened to 

the freshman days. 

You used to drink all week. 

You now drink one night and need 

Mylanta. 

You wanted to hear Lee laccoca. 
You wanted to be Lee laccoca. 
You want a job from Lee laccoca. 

You didn't go on a date. 

You didn't go on a date. 

You didn't go on a date. 
What is a date? 

You watched California quake and 

Hugo howl. 

You watched the Berlin Wall fall 

and the iron curtain crumble. 

You watched a war in the Gulf. 

You hung yellow ribbons. 

You hung the American Flag. 

You agreed with the world. 
You disagreed with the world. 
You agreed to disagree with the 
world. 

You thought Lehigh was the right 

school. 

You thought Lehigh was the wronc 

school. 

You made Lehigh the right school. 

You graduated from the BEST 

school!!! 



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Corinne S. Abate 



Timothy Sean Abbott 



Issa Maurice Abboud 




Elias A. Abud 



Joseph Ackiewicz 



Maribel Acosta 




tmily Dow Adams 



John F. Adams III 



Samantha Addonizio 
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Alicia Adiutori 



Susan Louise Ahart 



Victor Ahlefeld 



Corinne S. Abate Ridgewood. NJ English & Classics Epitome. 
Editor in Chief; Edward H Williams Award for Composition and 
Oration; Sigma Tau Delta, Vice President; Dean's List. 

Timothy Sean Abbott Southampton. PA Economics & History. 
Varsity Swimming. Captain; Alpha Tau Omega. Historian; Phi 
Alpha Theta; Omicron Delta Epsilon. 

Issa Maurice Abboud Allentown. PA. Electrical Engineering. 
Wrestling; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. 

Elias A. Abud Lambertville. INJ Finance & Management. Gov- 
ernment minor Theta Delta Chi. President. Corresponding Sec- 
retary. Pledge Educator; Club Lacrosse. 

Joseph Ackiewicz Shenandoah, PA. Accounting. Phi Gamma 
Delta. Treasurer; Football. 

Maribel Acosta Guaynabo. Puerto Rico. Art Spanish Club; Stu- 
dent Alliance of Latinos and South Americans. 

Emily Dow Adams Towson. MD. International Relations. Tour 
Guide. 

John F. Adams III Trenton. NJ. Architecture. American Insti- 
tute of Architectural Students. President; Dean's List. 

Samantha Addonizio-Jacobellis Bedford, NY. English & Span- 
ish Economics minor Student Activities Council. Entertain 
meni Chairman; Delta Gamma, Social Chairman. 

Alicia Adiutori Kenmore, NY. English & Theatre Delta Zeta, 
Philanthropy Chairman; Brown & White. News Writer; Benefit 
for the Homeless. Secretary; English Club; Lehigh University 
Volunteers; Mustard & Cheese Drama Society. 

Susan Louise Ahart Wayne. NJ Accounting Chi Delphia. Trea- 
surer. Social Chairperson; Accounting Club; Marketing Club. 

Victor Ahlefeld Kinnelon. NJ. Accounting. Sigma Nu; Lacrosse 

Club. 



Senior Portraits 293 




(L R) top bottom Otia Rooney. Koren Calcagno, Pam Brady. Jocelyn MacNeil. and Emily Adams sil on ttieir stairwell to tinally rest after a 
long, yet fun four years 



George M. Albert 



Juan Pablo Alfaro 




Walter R. Allen III 



Bruce M. Ambler Jr 



Peder Anderllnd 



Bettina Yvette Anderson 



Jill Catherine Anderson 




Bradford Andres 



Kelly Beth Andrews 



Nolan Ang 



Hiroo Aoyagi 



Timothy Patrick Armstrong 



294 Seniors 



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Ahn - Bachrach 




Jonathan Arnold 



Marielena Arroyo 



John Arslanian Jr. 




Michael Jay Ash 



Tanya Michele Atwood 



James Alan Austin 




Scott Austin 



Rot>ert Axelrod 



Janine Azriliant 




Michael Babst 



Kimberley M. Bach 



Robert Louis Bachrach 



Joseph S. Ahn Hillsdale, NJ Electrical Engineering. Delta Chi, 
Social Chairman; Korean Students Association, President; East 
Asia Society, President. 

Craig Albert Newton, MA. Economics & International Relations. 
Sigma Alpha Mu, Rush Chairman, Secretary; Brown & White, 
Advertising Sales Manager; WLVR, Sports Broadcaster. 

George M. Albert WilkesBarre, PA. Civil Engineering. American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Skiing; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Juan Pablo Alfaro Guatemala, Central America. Industrial Engi- 
neering. Jazz Coalition; Fencing Club; Dean's List; Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers; Alpha Pi Mu. 

Walter R. Allen III Washington, PA Economics & Industrial 
Engineering. WLVR; Fastbreak Club; College Democrats; Intra- 
murals. 

Bruce M. Ambler Jr. Lutherville, MD. Finance. 

Peder Anderlind Riverside, CT Economics, Chemistry minor. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, House Manager, Senior Marshall; Outstand- 
ing College Students of America. 

Bettlna Yvette Anderson Colorado Springs, CO. Architecture 
National Society of Black Engineers; Black Student Onion; Kap- 
pa Sweetheart; Women's Support Group. 

Jill Catherine Anderson Bethlehem, PA. English. Writing minor. 
Benefit for the Homeless, Chairman. 

Bradford Andres Califon, NJ. Economics. Economics Society. 
Treasurer; Marketing Club; Habitat for Humanity; Dean's List. 

Kelly Beth Andrews Glen Mills. PA. Marketing. Gamma Phi 
Beta, Philanthropy Officer. 

Nolan Ang Woodcliff Lake, NJ. Chemical Engineering. Chinese 
minor. International House; Asian Student Association, Presi- 
dent, Treasurer; East Asia Society, Publicity Manager. 

Hiroo Aoyagi Tokyo, Japan, Marketing. WLVR; "Shaken Not 
Stirred"; Marketing Club; Rock Opera Project; Residence Halls 
Council, Hall President. 

Timothy Patrick Armstrong Manasquan, NJ. Accounting. Gov- 
ernment minor. Rugby; Alpha Sigma Phi; Accounting Club. 

Jonathan Arnold Purchase, NY. Economics. Sigma Alpha Mu, 
Social Chairman. 

Marielena Arroyo Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. Behavioral Neurosci- 
ence. French minor. Gryphon Society; Swimming & Volleyball 
Intramurals; Choir; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma. 

John Arslanian Jr. Warrington, PA Civil Engineering. American 

Society of Civil Engineers. 

Michael Jay Ash Manhasset. NY. Government. Theta Xi. 

Tanya Michele Atwood Bloomfield. NJ Finance French minor. 
Martindale Center Student Associate; Taylor College, House 
President; Lehigh Big Sister. 

James Alan Austin Bethlehem. PA Finance. Investments Club 

Scott Austin East Windsor, NJ. Economics. Psychology minor. 
Delta Phi, Rush Chairman; Dean's List. 

Robert Axelrod New City, NY. Government Pi Lambda Phi, 
Concessions Manager. Secretary; Judicial Committee. 

Janine Azriliant Woodbury. NY. Journalism. American Litera- 
ture minor. Brown & White. Spiorts Editor; Alpha Phi. 

Michael Babst Holland, PA. Electrical Engineering. Institute of 
Electrical Engineers, Vice President; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi. 

Kimberley N. Bach New Canaan, CT International Careers. 
Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister; International Careers Club. 

Rol>ert Louis Bachrach Philadelphia, PA. Computer Engineer- 
ing. SOS Hotline; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Dean's List. 

Senior Portraits 295 




Thomas Matthew Backman 



Eric W. Bader 



Tracy E. Bader 



J. Keith Bainer 



Kyle R. Baker 




Scott A. Baker 



Juliann R. Baiaskas 



Todd Anthony Balestro 



Jon Alan Ballis 



Brian Reed Bankoski 




(LR); Wendy Jones. Marni Lubell. and Denise Lu)ic smile for the camera at the alumni association's senior sendoff 



Daniel Mark Barish 



Todd M. Barker 



296 Seniors 



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James A. Barna 



Christian L. Barnes 



Mark A. Bartlett 




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Norman Edward Bartlett II Raymond Brien Bastings Francis Bradford Batcha 




Michael Francis Bedard 



Andra Beddia 



Heather Beezer 



Benjamin D. Ben-Attar 



Patrick D. Bentley 



Jennifer Ann Berg 




Thomas Matthew Backman Chelmsford. MA. Materials Engi- 
neering. Fraternity Management Association, Secretary. 

Eric W. Bader W. Caldwell, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Tracy E. Bader Great Neck, NY Marketing Marketing Club; Pre- 
Law Society. 

J. Keith Bainer Barrington, Rl Applied Science & Industrial 
Engineering. Classics & Philosophy minors. Sailing Club; Ski 
Team, Technical Director; Sigma Nu. 

Kyle R. Baker Barrington, IL. Accounting. 

Scott A. Baker Waverly, NY. Mechanical Engineering. Varsity 
Track & Field. 

Juliann R. Balaskas King of Prussia. PA. Finance & Accounting. 
French minor. Delta Zeta, Treasurer, Parliamentarian; Panhel 
Judical Board; French Club. 

Todd Anthony Balestro Avon, CT. Industrial Engineering. 
Track; Alpha Tau Omega; Institute of Industrial Engineers, Vice 
President; Dean's List. 

Jon Alan Ballis Highland Park, IL. Government, International 
Relations minor. Theta Delta Chi, Treasurer; Fraternity Manage- 
ment Association; Rhodes Scholarship Mominee. 

Brian Reed Bankoski Newark, DE Mechanical Engineering. 
American Literature minor. Tau Beta Pi, Vice President; Society 
of Automotive Engineers, Mini-Baja Competition. 

Willem Baralt Madrid, Spain Marketing. Computer Science & 
Government minors. Gryphon Society; Student Senate; Forum, 
Student Chair; Contribution to Student Life Award. 

Tracy Beth Barba Old Brookville. NY English Psychology mi- 
nor. Lehigh Oniversity Volunteers; Benefit For the Homeless. 

Daniel Mark Barlsh Rockville. MD. Government. Tau Epsilon 
Phi. Steward; SOS Hotline; Intramurals; Dean's List; Martindale 
Student Associate; Klages Award. 

Todd M. Barker Sewickley. PA. Arts Engineering. 

James A. Barna Somerville, NJ. Marketing. Theta Xi, Vice 
President; Marketing Club, Vice President of Programming. 

Christian L. Barnes Latham, NY. Architecture Photo Club; Intra- 
murals Manager; American Institute of Architectural Students. 

Mark A. Bartlett Pittsburgh, PA. Civil Engineering. American 
Society of Civil Engineers; University Center Supervisor; Chi 
Epsilon, Vice President. 

Norman Edward Bartlett II Cambridge, MA. Classical Civiliza- 
tion. History minor. Crew Club; Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Raymond Brien Bastings Malvern, PA Computer Science. 

Francis Bradford Batcha Pennington, NJ. Finance Philosophy 
minor. Theta Delta Chi; Dean's List. 

Michael Francis Bedard Trenton, NJ. Civil Engineering. Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha, Secretary. Scholarship Chairman: American Society 
of Civil Engineers. 

Andra Beddia Hawthorne. NY. English & Social Relations. Delta 
Gamma. Vice President Pledge Education. 

Heather Beezer Ambler. PA. English & Government. Intramur- 
als; Fundraising. 

Benjamin D. Ben-Attar Albuquerque. MM. Management. Interna- 
tional Relations minor. Brown & White. News Staff. 

Patrick D. Bentley Philadelphia. PA. Economics. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Alumni Operations Director. 

Jennifer Ann Berg Pittsburgh. PA. English. Theatre minor. Mus- 
tard & Cheese Drama Society; Benefit for the Homeless. 



Senior Portraits 297 




DbvhJ Scnsenjch. John Kara, and Ajay Bhatt enjoy the sun outside of Mart library 



Shaun Joseph Berner 



Audrey Bernstein 




nancy Jane Bernstein 



Julia M. Bertram 



Patti Jeanne Best 



Carin Eleanore Beyer 



Ron Bezoza 




Ajay BhaR 

298 Seniors 



Sharlene S. Bhyun 



C. Gabriel Biguria 



J. Brewster Birdsall 



Jane D. Birk 



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Elizabeth Bloch 



Karyn Stacy Blumenfeld 



Jennifer Lee Bofinger 




Lori Bongiorno 



Lora Ann Booker 



Stuart D. Boose 




Regina L. Borgia 



Lisa Wolters Borneman Terri L. Bower 




Melinda L. Bowman 



Arthur Hagen Boyd 



Jennifer M. Boyda 



Kristin Berger Easton, PA. Finance & Marketing. Cross Country; 
Indoor Track; Marketing Club. ' 

Leif William Christiansson Berner Zelienople. PA. Mechanical 
Engineering. East Asian Studies minor. Mountain Bike Club. 

Shaun Joseph Berner Moodus, CT. Industrial Engineering. Al 
pha Pi Mu. President, Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Audrey Bernstein Framingham, MA. Biochemistry. Soccer 
Team; American Chemical Society. 

Nancy Jane Bernstein Westport, CT. Accounting. Investment 
Club. Treasurer. 

Julia M. Bertram Bridgewater, CT. Government. Law & Legal 
Institutions minor. Tour Guide; Dean's List; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Washington Semester Program. 

Patti Jeanne Best Berkeley Heights. hJ International Relations 
French & Classics minors. Delta Zeta. Founding Sister; Crew 
Club; WLVR, Disc Jockey; Progressive Students' Alliance. 

Carin Eleanore Beyer Marltjoro. MJ. Psychology. Gryphon; Resi 
dence Halls Council, Hall President; Homeless Society; Intramu- 
ral Manager; Runaway Shelter Volunteer. 

Ron Bezoza Marlboro, NJ. Accounting. Pi Kappa Alpha. Pledge 
Master; Beta Alpha Psi, Recording Secretary. 

Ajay Bhatt Huntington. WV. International Relations. Delta Phi; 
Interfraternity Council. University Relations Chairman. 

Sharlene S. Bhyun York, PA. Architecture. Varsity Tennis; Rain 
Forest Group; Brown & White. Lifestyle Design; Dean's List. 

C. Gabriel Biguria Guatemala City. Guatemala. Finance & Mar- 
keting. Boxing Team; Investment Club; Tae Kwon Do. 

J. Brewster Birdsall Bethlehem, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
Society of Automotive Engineers; Mini Baja Group; Recreational 
Autocross; Pi Tau Sigma; Dean's List. 

Jane D. Birk Hellertown, PA. Industrial Engineering. Institute of 
Industrial Engineers; Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Elizabeth Bloch Westport, CT. Psychology. Alpha Ci Omega, 
Founding Sister; Panhel, Publicity Director; Senior Class Gift 
Campaign; Order of Omega. 

Karyn Stacy Blumenfeld Manalapan, NJ. Management Resi 
dence Halls Council; Student Council; Dean's List; Who's Who 
Among Students in Colleges & Universities. 

Jennifer Lee Bofinger Oreland, PA. English. Psychology minor. 
Gamma Phi Beta, Rush Chairman, Intramural Chairman; Wom- 
en's Soccer; Spanish Club; Mustard & Cheese Drama Society. 

Lori Bongiorno Staten Island, NY. Government. American Litera- 
ture minor. Panhellenic Council, Vice President; Panhellenic Ju- 
diciary Board; Order of Omega. 

Lora Ann Booker Moorestown. NJ. Psychology. Alpha Phi, Rho 
Chi. 

Stuart D. Boose West Chester, PA. Electrical Engineering. Mar- 
tindale Center Student Associate: Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa liu. 

Regina L. Borgia Westport. CT. Economics. English minor. Ski 
Team. Captain; Gamma Phi Beta; Alpine Skiing. 

Lisa Wolters Borneman Rumson, NJ. International Careers. Del- 
ta Gamma. 

Terri L. Bower Finksburg, MD Accounting. Alpha Gamma Del- 
ta, Treasurer; Student Senate; Accounting Club. 

Melinda L. Bowman Westport, CT. Accounting. 

Arthur Hagen Boyd Leesburg, VA. Computer Science. Cognitive 
Science minor. Mountain Under the Star, President. 

Jennifer M. Boyda Pittsburgh, PA. Finance. 

Senior Portraits 299 




Kimberly A. Boyer 



Thomas Foster Bradley 



Pamela Lynn Brady 



Neal Jay Bram 



Allison Lynn Brazzo 



Holly Brenner 



Gabrlelle Bridenbaugh 



Matthew David Bridges 



Amy Caroline Bravo 




Evi Brink 




Stephanie Parmele. Elysse Smolenak. Debra Cogan. and May Win Them stand outside their Trembley apartment 



Maximilian Brogi 



Matthew Todd Brogowski 



300 Seniors 



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Wendy Paige Bronfin 



Wendy Elizabeth Brookes 



Peter B. Brooks 




Andrew P. Brown 




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Nicole A. Brown 



Eric J. Brown 



Micholas Brusco 



Jennifer Lynn Brown 



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Richard Ralph Buck 




James E. Bukoski 



Alejandro A. Bulgheroni 



Kelly A. Buller 



Kimberly A. Boyer Allentown. PA. Accounting. Benefit for the 
Homeless; Intramurals; Accounting Club. 

Thomas Foster Bradley Chesterfield, MO. Mathematics, intra- 

mural Sports. 

Pamela Lynn Brady Camp Hill. PA. English & Government. 
Student Senate. President; Forum; Board of Trustees; ICARE 
Programmer; PreLaw Society; Newman Council. 

Meal Jay Bram Edison, NJ. Accounting. Association of Colle- 
giate Entrepreneurs, Secretary; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Amy Caroline Bravo Fort Mitchell, KY. Mechanical Engineering. 
Crew Team; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Allison Lynn Brazzo Hazleton. PA. Behavioral & Neural Biology. 
Biology Club; Psi Chi. 

Holly Brenner Wilmington, DE. Accounting Computer Science 
minor. Tour Guide; Study Abroad; Flute Ensemble. 

Gabrieile Bridenbaugh Fox Chapel, PA International Careers. 
Panhellenic Vice-President; Junior Panhellenic Treasurer; Alpha 
Omicron Pi, Alumnae Relations Chair 

Matthew David Bridges Boxford, MA Chemical Engineering. 
Beta Theta Pi, Vice President; Deans List. 

Evi Brink Yardley, PA. Government & Economics. Delta Chi, 
Secretary; Gryphon Society. Treasurer; Choir. 

Diane Brobst Shickshinny. PA. Mechanical Engineering. Lehigh 
University Volunteers; Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister. 

Francine L. Brodowicz Whitestone, NY. Industrial Engineering. 
International Relations minor. Delta Gamma. Assistant Rush 
Chairperson, Rush Counselor, Panhel Delegate. 

Maximilian Brogi Lyon, France. Computer Science. Spanish & 
Economics minors. Golf; Spanish Club; French Club. 

Matthew Todd Brogowski Paramus, NJ. Psychology. Religion 
minor. Beta Theta Pi. Social Chairman; WLVR; Brown S White; 
Ice Hockey; Residence Halls Council, Freshman Hall President. 

Wendy Paige Bronfin Wethersfield, CT. Journalism. Public Rela- 
tions minor. Brown & White, Lifestyles Photographer. 

Wendy Elizabeth Brookes Chadds Ford. PA. Marketing. Art 
minor. Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. Vice President Chap- 
ter Relations, Standards Board; Lacrosse: Order of Omega. 

Peter B. Brooks Gates Mills, OH. Business. 

Andrew P. Brown Kenilworth, IL. History. Economics minor. Phi 
Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary, Intramurals Chairman, 
Alumni Relations Chairman. 

Eric J. Brown Pottstown. PA. Industrial Engineering. Phi Kappa 
Theta, Social Chairman, Pledgemaster, Sergeantat Arms. 

Jennifer Lynn Brown Glen Arm, MD. Economics. Psychology & 

Women's Studies minors Presidential Committee on Women & 
Minorities; Black Student Union; Peer Counselor. 

Nicole A. Brown Linden. NJ. Engineering Physics. Math minor. 
Student Admissions Advisory Board, Co-Founder, Chairperson; 
National Society of Black Engineers; Black Student Union. 

Micholas Brusco Staten Island, NY. Management. Assistant 
Coach Women's Soccer Club; Kappa Sigma, Secretary. 

Richard Ralph Buck McLean. VA. Computer Science. Cut & 
Thrust Society. Instructor; Mountain Under the Star. 

James E. Bukoski Tonawanda. NY. Electrical Engineering. Phi 
Eta Sigma. 

Alejandro A. Bulgheroni Buenos Aires. Argentina. Industrial 
Engineering. Psi Upsilon. President, Treasurer. 

Kelly A. Buller Woodbridge, CT. Biology & Psychology. Benefit 
for the Homeless, President and Founder; Gryphon; Assistant 
Hall Director. , ^.«- 

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Michael Butera 



Scott A. Butler 



Cory Rabin Cahn 



Donald D. Burtis Jr. 




Marc Anthony Calabrese Karen Calcagno 




Douglas W. Caldwell 

302 Seniors 



Leon William Caldwell 



Luis Alberto Camargo 



Audra J. Cantone 



William S. Capinski 



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Thomas O. Carlin 



Mark Douglas Carlow 



Brian David Carmel 




Terry Carola 



Jose I. Carre 



Britt Colleen Carter 




Carl Caruso 



Eric A. Cawood 



Henry Cence 



Amy Burgin Ridgewood. NJ Psychology, Benefit for the Home- 
less; SOS HOtline. 

Julie Kristin Burkland Mountain Lakes. HJ. Social Relations. 
Gamma Phi Beta; Field Hockey. 

Donald D. Burtis Jr. Wayside, IMJ Architecture. American Insti- 
tute of Architectural Students; Phi Kappa Theta, Vice President. 

Michael Butera New Vernon. NJ Economics Russian minor. 
Senate. Parliamentarian; Calendar Committee of the Forum. 

Scott A. Butler Levlttown. NY Mechanical Engineering. 

Cory Rabin Cahn New Orleans. LA. Economics. 

Marc Anthony Calabrese Malvern. PA Mechanical Engineering. 
PsI CJpsilon, House Manager. Academic Chairman; American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Karen Calcagno Staten Island, NY Biology. Lehigh University 
Volunteers; Biology Club; Student Activities Council. 

Douglas W. Caldwell Bethlehem. PA. English. 

Leon William Caldwell Philadelphia. PA. Economics. English. 
Black Student Union, Vice President; Gryphon; UMOJA House; 
Undergraduate Assistant Basketball Coach; Afrolistlcs Society. 

Karl F. Burghardt III Coopersburg. PA Computer Engineering. 

Association for Computing Machinery; Gaming Club, Treasurer; 

Dean's List. 

Christopher P. Cardaci Upper Marlboro. MD. Architecture. 

Eileen Frances Carey Exton, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineering, President; Gam- 
ma Phi Beta; Tour Guide; Rush Counselor; Marketing Club. 

Thomas O. Carlin Mendham Township. NJ. Economics. Repub- 
lican Club. Co-Chalrman. Treasurer; Lehigh ■ London School of 
Economics Exchange. 

Mark Douglas Carlow Boca Raton, FL. Computer Science. 

Brian David Carmel Columbia, MD. Industrial Engineering. Tau 

Epsilon Phi. 

Terry Carola Colts Neck. NJ. Finance. Alpha Phi, Activities 

Chairman. Alumni Correspondent; Dean's List. 

Jose I. Carro Ponce. Puerto Rico. Civil Engineering. 

Britt Colleen Carter Russell. PA. Industrial Engineering. Alpha 
Gamma Delta. Vice President Fraternity Education, Vice Presi- 
dent Scholarship; Alpha Phi Omega. 

Carl Caruso Green Brook. NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha. 

Eric A. Cawood Cheshire. CT. Architecture. Floor Hockey Club; 
American Institute of Architectural Students; Intramurals; 
Deans List. 

Henry Cence Southlngton. CT. Civil Engineering. Soccer. Cap)- 
tain; Zeta PsI; American Society of Civil Engineers; Chi Epsilon; 
Phi Eta Sigma. 

Luis Alberto Camargo Bogota. Colombia. Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. Communication Graphics minor. Delta Tau Delta. Social 
Chairman; PI Tau Sigma. 

Audra J. Cantone Sugarloaf, PA. History. 

William S. Capinski Pottstown. PA. Engineering Physics. Soci- 
ety of Physics Students. Treasurer; Dean's List. 

Megan J. Capuano Carlisle. PA. Management. Delta Zeta, Pan- 
hel Delegate. House Manager; Women Involved in Student Edu- 
cation; Student Ambassador; Orientation Staff. 



Senior Portraits 303 




Lisa Ellen Chajet 



Mark D. Chamberlain 



Vicki Jo Chamberlain Margaret Haigh Chambers Philip Christopher Champagne 




Jcrm LafcefiHd. Caria GoMtlefg and Adrlenne Shapiro enjoy the free drinks at the senior sendoff in the Asa Packer room 



Mark Alan Chiaverlnl 



Ellsa Marie Chlusano 



304 Seniors 



Center - Close 




Michelle Joy Chorney 



Judy Chow 



Michael Citarella 




Richard Citron Scott Julius Citron 



Andrew H Clapham 




Jonathan Andrew Clark 



Robert A Clark 



Kellie Kristine Claxton 




Jennifer Jeanne Clay 



Daniel Clemens 



Eric C Close 



David D Center Westport. CT. Electrical Engineer. English & 
American Literature minors. Theta Delta Chi; Institute of Electri- 
cal and Electronic Engineers. 

Christopher H Cervino Richboro, PA Accounting. Delta Chi. 
Treasurer. Housing Committee Chairman; WLVR. Disc Jockey; 
Inlerfraternity Council. Treasurer's Council. 

Lisa Cerza West Orange, NJ. International Relations. Govern- 
ment minor. Alpha Omicron Pi, Social Chairman, Keeper of 
Ritual. 

Joseph James Cesaria Woodbury. NY. Marketing. Marketing 
Club. President, Vice President; Pre-Law Society; Varsity Foot- 
ball. 

George Robert Chacko Blue Bell, PA. Chemical Engineering. 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Vice President; Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Beta Sigma. 

Lisa Ellen Chajet New York. NY. Government & Art History. 
Student Activities Council; Homeless Committee. Chairman. 

Mark D Chamberlain Huntingdon, PA. Chemical Engineering. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Vicki Jo Chamberlain Stroudsburg. PA. Accounting. 526 Mont- 
clair Avenue. 

Margaret Haigh Chambers Wilton, CT. Psychology, Studio Art 
minor. Ski Team. 

Philip Christopher Champagne Ivareen, Rl. Architecture & Civil 
Engineering, Phi Kappa Theta. President, Vice-President, Execu- 
tive Secretary; Fastbreak Club, Vice-President 

Antonio Chang Camden. NJ. Finance French minor. Associa- 
tion of Collegiate Entrepreneurs; Investment Club; Marketing 
Club; Dean's List; Financial Management Society. 

Clifford W Chapman Jr. Montvale, NJ Computer Engineering. 
Wrestling Team; Alpha Tau Omega, Vice President. 

Mark Alan Chiaverini York. PA. Computer Engineering. Military 
Science minor. Kappa Alpha Society. President; Army ROTC; 
US Army Airborne School; Cadet Ranger; Scabbard & Blade. 

Elisa Marie Chiusano Devon. PA. Government. English minor. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Student Band. 

Michelle Joy Chorney Sharon. MA. Economics. French minor. 
Lehigh University Volunteers; French Club; Economics Society; 
Study Abroad Advisory Council. 

Judy Chow Philadelphia. PA. Materials Science. Student Materi- 
als Society; Society of Women Engineers; Metals, Minerals & 
Materials Society; East Asia Society; Dean's List. 

Michael Citarella Middletown. NJ. Marketing. Chi Psi. Secre- 
tary; Varsity Football. Varsity Track; Brown & White. 

Richard Citron Livingston, NJ. Marketing. Sigma Alpha Mu. 
Pledge Master; Brown & White, Advertising Manager. 

Scott Julius Citron Fayetteville, NY. Accounting. Visiting Lec- 
turers Committee, Chairman; Beta Alpha Psi, Treasurer; Beta 
Gamma Sigma. 

Andrew H Clapham Simsbury. CT. Economics. 

Jonathan Andrew Clark Berkeley Heights. NJ Finance. Sociolo- 
gy & Communications minors. Rugby. Treasurer. Match Secre- 
tary, President; Alpha Sigma Phi. Treasurer, President. 

Robert A Clark Blairsville, PA; Economics. 

Kellie Kristine Claxton Bayville, NJ. Mathematics & Spanish. 

Jennifer Jeanne Clay Rockville Centre. NY. Marketing. French 
minor Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice President Efficiency. Deputy 
Rush Chairf)erson; Panhel Judiciary Board. Chairperson. 

Daniel Clemens Marlton, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Football; 
Baseball; FCA; Outstanding College Students of America. 

Eric C Close Valley Forge, PA. Electrical Engineering. 



Senior Portraits 305 




Thomas Edward Coceano 



Debra Lynn Cohen 



Gregory J Colasanti 



Susan Colgan 



Harris Edwin Collins III 



Amy M Cohen 




James Colson 




James Michael Conley 

306 Seniors 



Donna Conway 



Paul J Cook 



Sybil Jane Cooper 



David Christopher Cordas 



Clouser-Cunningham 




Ingrid M Cordero 



Pamela Corr 



Kevin J Costello Jr. 




Kirsten Jeanne Costello 



Beth Gillian Cottingham 



Patricia A Coughlin 




Thomas S Cour 



Amy Lynn Covucci 



Lynne E Craig 




Robin S Cranage 



Paul Crespl 



Thomas Cunningham 



Pamela Corr Newtown Square, PA. Marketing. Gamma Phi Beta, 
Recording Secretary. Steward; Marketing Club; Tutor. 

Kevin J Costello Jr. Dobbs Ferry, NY. Psychology. Football; Chi 
Psi; Dean's List 

Kirsten Jeanne Costello New Rochelle. NY. Math & Economics. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer; Tutor; Economics Society; Wom- 
en in Business; Dean's List; Lehigh University Honors. 

Beth Gillian Cottingham Wayne. NJ. Finance. Kappa Alpha 
Theta 

Patricia A Coughlin (Jpper Saddle River. NJ. International Rela- 
tions. 

Thomas S Coursen III St. Louis, MO Urban Studies & Civil 
Engineering. Cross Country; Indoor Track; Outdoor Track; Phi 
Kappa Psi, Vice President, Recording Secretary. 

Amy Lynn Covucci Andover, NJ. Accounting. Debate Team; 
Secretary; Women in Business Club. 

Lynne E Craig Bethlehem. PA. Chemical Engineering. Biology 
minor. Society of Women Engineers. Secretary; American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers; Powder Puff Football, President. 

Robin S Cranage Freedom, NH. International Careers & Interna- 
tional Relations. Geology minor. Gamma Phi Beta. House Manag- 
er, Executive Officer; International Relations Club. 

Paul Crespi West Babylon. NY Architecture. 

Thomas Cunningham Holland, PA Economics. Varsity Football; 
Brown & White; Chi Psi; Tuba. 

Maria Nicole Clouser Wyomissing, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
East Asian Studies minor. Cut & Thrust Society; Fencing Club, 
President; Mountain Under the Stars. 

Michael David Clugston Bethlehem, PA. Geology. Geology Club; 
Outing Club 

Thomas Edward Coceano Burlington, NJ. Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Tau Epsilon Phi; Eagle Japan Program; SOS Hotline. 

Amy M Cohen Indiana. PA Applied Science. 

Debra Lynn Cohen Somerset. NJ. Urban Studies. Law & Legal 
Institutions minor. Alpha Omicron Pi. Chapter Relations Chair- 
man. Rush Chairman; SOS Hotline 

Gregory J Colasanti South Orange. NJ. Biology. 

Susan Colgan Cincinnati. OH. Biology. Psychology minor. Se- 
nior Class Gift Campaign. Chairman; Rowing Club. 

Harris Edwin Collins III Milton. MA. Accounting. Sigma Phi, 
Social Chairman; Accounting Club. 

James Colson Raleigh, NC. Industrial Engineering; National So- 
ciety of Black Engineers; Black Student Union. 

James Michael Conley Hamburg. PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Donna Conway Stratford. CT. Psychology Sociology minor. 
Lehigh University Volunteers; Benefit for the Homeless. Secre- 
tary; Habitat for Humanity; Lehigh Big Sister; Mustard & Cheese 
Drama Society; Dean's List. 

Paul J Cook Wilton. CT Biology. Alpha Chi Rho. Steward. 

Sybil Jane Cooper North Andover. MA Industrial Engineering. 
Student Activities Council. Vice President, Films Chairman; Res- 
idence Halls Council. Hall President. 

David Christopher Cordas Villa Hills. KY Industrial Engineering. 
Delta Chi, President. House Manager; Interfraternity Council. 
Housing Committee. 

Ingrid M Cordero Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico. Industrial Engineer- 
ing. Spanish Club; Student Alliance of Latinos and South Ameri- 



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Michael Curran 



Mary Catherine D'Agostino John James Dalena 



Susan Ann Dalton 



Alan S Damashek 




Charles H Dando III 



Michael Stephen Danek Mark Ramsdell Danforth Jacqueline M D' Aquino 



Deanne D'Armlento 




Jo^n Hlldreth poics for the camera. 




Colleen Marie Davit 



Ellta Wendy Davis 



306 Seniors 



Curran-DeVincens 




Paula Louise Davis 



Karen Deane 



Jennifer Anne DeBenedictIs 




Marisa DeFlllppo 



Susan Elizabeth DeGennaro 



Paul DeJesse 




Kelli Marie Dalaney 



Wendy DeMarco 



Patricia Ann Denman 




Cajetan J DeSantis 



Paul A DeSipio 



Douglas Marshall Devincens 



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Michael Curran Morristown, NJ. Finance. 

Mary Catherine D'Agostino Syracuse, NY. Chemical Engineer- 
ing & Applied Science. Gamma Phi Beta, Social Chairman; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers. President. 

John James Dalena Madison, NJ. Accounting. Zeta Psi, Social 
Chairman: Student Activities Council, Security. 

Susan Ann Dalton Lynnfield. MA Marketing. Kappa Alpha The- 
ta. 

Alan S Damashek Chappaqua, NY. Finance. Chateau Member. 

Charles H Dando III Mifflinbrg, PA, Mechanical Engineering. Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Gryphon Society; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Michael Stephen Danek Englishtown. NJ Civil Engineering. Pi 
Kappa Alpha, Vice-President, House Manager, Pledge Trainer, 
Intramural Manager. 

Mark Ramsdell Danforth New Haven, CT. Economics. History 
minor. Hockey Club; Dean's List; German Academic Achieve- 
ment Awards. 

Jacqueline M D'Aquino Glen Head. NY. Finance. Delta Zeta, 
Recording Secretary, Alumnae Relations; Choir, Tour Manager, 
Overtones; Choral Union; Tour Guide; New Student Orientation. 

Deanne D'Armiento North Plainfield, NJ. Biology. Track, Cap 
tain; Tennis. 

Kenneth Daub Berkeley Heights, NJ. Accounting Epitome. 
Business Manager; Tae Kwon Do; Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 

Denise D'Aulerio Drescher, PA. Finance. Writing minor. ICARE; 
Marketing Club; Brown & White; Dean's List. 

Colleen Marie Davis Toms River, NJ. Theatre. Mustard & 
Cheese Drama Society, Historian; Chi Delphia. 

Elisa Wendy Davis Dix Hills, NY. Economics. Psychology minor. 
Delta Gamma, Foundations Chairman; Brown & White, Business 
Staff; Investment Club; Student Activities Council. 

Paula Louise Davis Waverly, PA. Government & English. Pre- 
Law Society, Vice President. 

Karen Deane East Windsor, NJ. Economics. Alpha Chi Omega, 
Founding Sister, Fund Raising Chairman; Economics Society, 
President; Marketing Club; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Jennifer Anne DeBenedictis Cherry Hill, NJ. Economics. Brown 
& White; Study Abroad Program, University of Kent, Canter- 
bury, England. 

Marisa DeFilippo Hingham, MA Psychology. Dance Club; Alpha 
Gamma Delta. Publicity Chairman; Lehigh University Volun- 
teers; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Susan Elizabeth DeGennaro Shavertown, PA. Accounting Pan 
hellenic Council, Treasurer: Kappa Alpha Theta, House Manag- 
er; Fraternity Management Association Board of Directors. 

Paul DeJesse Marlboro, NJ. History. Varsity Football; Marketing 
Club; PreLaw Society. 

Kelli Marie Delaney Woburn, MA. Psychology. Art minor. Alpha 
Phi. 

Wendy DeMarco Clinton, NJ International Careers. Psychology 
minor. Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister. 

Patricia Ann Denman Florham Park, NJ. Economics. Varsity 
Tennis: Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. 

Cajetan J DeSantis Tenafly, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Sig- 
ma Phi, Vice President, Rush Chairman. 

Paul A DeSlpio Warminster. PA. Mechanical Engineering. 

Douglas Marshall DeVincens Toms River, NJ. History & En- 
glish. Zeta Psi; Class President; Student Ambassador. 



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Mindy Sovel, Jenn Marino, Jenn Whitney and Alanna Kramer stand outside on their Birkel porch 



Jim Edward Diehl 



Thomas DiMarco 



Craig Domalewski 



David Lawrence Don 



Patricia A Doyle 



Gregory Elliot Dreibelbis 

310 Seniors 



Martin J Droney Jr. 



Alicia Dietsch 




Michael John Drager 




DeWald-Emerson 




Juan Manuel Duque 



Martha Elena Duque 



Lisa Eacott 




John Paul Early 



David Neil Eastridge 



David Ecker 




Carol Lynne Ehlenberger 



David Joel Eisenberg 



Laura Eisenberg 




Kathleen M Ellas 



Scott Robert Emerman 



Christopher Emerson 



Ronald L DeWald Jr. Lake Forest, IL. Economics. English & 
History minors. Lehigh Hockey; Tau Epsilon Phi. 

Luke Elwood Dewalt Oley, PA. Engineering & Physics. Society 

of Physics Students. President. 

Jim Edward DIehl Lehighton, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 

Alicia Dietsch Sayreville, MJ. Marketing. Choir; Mustard & 
Cheese Drama Society; Delta Zeta; Lehigh (Jniversity Volun- 
teers; Marketing Club; Dean's List. 

Thomas DiMarco Red Hill, PA, Computer Engineering. History 
minor. Chess Club; Computer Club; Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Craig Domalewski Hawthorne, NJ International Relations. Eco- 
nomics minor. Varsity Football, Captain; Chi Psi. 

David Lawrence Don Clarksville, MD. Mechanical Engineering. 
Lacrosse. 

Patricia A Doyle Port Washington, NY, Civil Engineering. Archi- 
tecture minor. Delta Zeta, Parliamentarian. Ritual Chair; Twi- 
light, Secretary; Delta Chi Little Sister. Alumni Secretary. 

Michael John Drager Freehold, NJ Accounting. Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon, Secretary, President; Interfraternity Council. 

Gregory Elliot Dreibelbis State College, PA. Finance. Theta Chi. 

Martin J Droney Jr. Baltimore, MD. Electrical Engineering. Var- 
sity Lacrosse; Zeta Psi. 

Lisa Duch Morristown, NJ, Accounting. French minor Alpha 
Chi Omega, Founding Sister, President; Panhellenic Judicial 
Board; Order of Omega; Contribution to Student Life Award, 

Peter J Duggan North Huntingdon, PA, Mechanical Engineering. 
Theta Chi; Swim Team. 

Kevin M Dunn Dowingtown, PA. Computer Engineering. Health 
& Human Development minor. Response Team, Lieutenant; Se- 
WyCo Fire Company; Computing Society, 

Juan Manuel Duque Bogota, Colombia Industrial Engineering. 

Society of Manufacturing Engineers; Varsity Squash Team. 

Martha Elena Duque Bogota, Colombia, Industrial Engineering. 
Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Secretary; Choral (Jnion; 
Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Phi Mu; Deans List. 

Lisa Eacott Avon, CT. English, Psychology & Communications 
minors. Bethlehem Homeless; Brown & White; Sigma Tau Delta. 

John Paul Early Lansdale, PA. Computer Science. Human Diver- 
sity League, President; Pugwash, Treasurer; Astronomy Club, 

David Neil Eastridge Lexington, MA Civil Engineering, Delta 
Tau Delta, House Manager, Pledge Educator; American Society 
of Civil Engineers; Rugby Club; Swim Team; Chi Epsilon. 

David Ecker Hartsdale, NY. Government. 

Carol Lynne Ehlenberger East Windsor, NJ. Social Relations. 
Psychology minor. Delta Zeta, Social Chair. 

David Joel Eisenberg Massapequa, NY. Biology, Alpha Epsilon 

Pi. Lieutenant Master. Rush Chairman. Scholarship Chairman. 
Historian, Steward; Hillel Society, Secretary. Publicity, 

Laura Eisenberg Rumson, NJ, Psychology. American Literature 
minor. 

Kathleen M Ellas Thorndale, PA Industrial Engineering. 

Scott Robert Emerman Trumbull, CT Rnance. History minor. 
Delta Tau Delta, Intramurals Chairman. Treasurer. PTP Commis- 
sioner; Student Senate, Treasurer; Forum; Brown & White. 

Christopher Emerson Colorado Springs. CO Electrical Engi- 
neering. Astronomy minor. Psi (Jpsilon. President, Treasurer, 



Senior Portraits 311 




Christine Engeis 



Scott A Engmann Anne Nauman Eppel 




Ralph J Eppler 



Jeffrey Howard Epstein 




Thomas D Erwin Jr. 



Evan Jay Falchuk 



l^icole R Faux 



Diana L Feeser 



Karen Feldman 




Joe Timpone takes a break from studying by watching televisio 



Scott T Ferguson 



Joyce Eileen Fertig 



312 Seniors 



Engels-Flam 




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Muhammad Feteiha 



John Van Filipos 



Charles W Finady IV 




Michele Lynn Finder 



Julie Fisch 



Nikki Fish 




Christine Flaherty 



Karen Flam 



Shannon Flam 



Christine Engels Garden City. NY. Marketing. Geology miimr. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Scott A Engmann Coram, NY. Chemistry. 

Anne Nauman Eppel Manchester. MA. English. Economics mi- 
nor Marketing Club; Investment Club: Forum. 

Ralph J Eppler Westlake Village, CA. Mechanical Engineering. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Dean's List. 

Jeffrey Howard Epstein Oceanside, NY. Finance. Investment 
Club. President; Twilight Committee; Tae KvKon Do; Tour Guide. 

Thomas D Erwin Jr. Philadelphia. PA. International Relations. 
History minor Delta (Jpsilon. Secretary. Scholarship Chairman, 
Intramural Manager; Varsity Football. 

Evan Jay Falchuk Newton, MA History. Spanish minor. Delta 
Tau Delta. Guide, Pledge Educator. Corresponding Secretary, 
Co Rush Chairman, PTP Commissioner. 

Nicole R Faux Fort Washington. PA. International Careers. 

Diana L Feeser Brodbecks. PA. Accounting. Varsity Field Hock- 
ey. Co-Captain; Varsity Lacrosse; Fellowship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Accounting Club. 

Karen Feldman Port Washington. NY. International Careers. In- 
ternational Relations minor. Investment Club; Study Abroad Stu- 
dent Advisory Committee; Lehigh Big Sister. 

Andrew M Feldsohn Plainview. NY. Management Alpha Epsilon 
Pi. Steward. Social Chairman, Pledge Master; Debate Team. 

Alison Fendrick Cherry Hill. NJ. Psychology. Social Relations 
minor Delta Gamma; Dean's List. 

Scott T Ferguson Athens. PA Electrical Engineering. Golf 
Team. Captain; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Joyce Eileen Fertig East Brunswick. NJ. Finance. Communica- 
tions minor. Alpha Phi. Assistant Social Chair; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Brown & White, Layout Editor. 

Muhammad Feteiha Cranford, NJ. Biology. Health & Human 
Development minor Residence Halls Council. Treasurer; Allied 
Health Society. Co-Chairman; Omicron Delta Kappa. 

John Van Filipos Bethlehem, PA. International Relations. Alpha 
Tau Omega. Vice President. House Manager, Pledge Master. 

Charles W Finady IV Bethlehem. PA. Computer Science. An- 
thropology minor. Gaming Club; Lehigh University Computing 
Society; Robert W. Blake Memorial Award. 

Michele Lynn Finder Dumont. NJ. Finance. Delta Zefa. Found- 
ing Sister. Social Chairman. Sisterhood Chairman, Rush Chair- 
man; Residence Halls Council, Hall President; Marketing Club. 

Julie Fisch Pittsburgh. PA. Accounting. German minor. Ac- 
counting Club. President. Secretary; Choir; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Nikki Fish Englewood. NJ. International Relations. Jewish Stud- 
ies & Public Relations minors. CJnited Jewish Association. 

Risa Bari Fisher Nanuet. NY. Accounting. Alpha Chi Omega, 
Founding Sister, Vice President Rnance; Marketing Club. 

Eric S Fishman Wayne. NJ. Finance. International Relations 
minor. Delta Sigma Phi; Interfraternity Scholarship Committee. 

Jonathan W Fitton Wyomissing, PA. Electrical Engineering. 
Aerospace Studies & Psychology minors. Air Force ROTC. 

Christine Raherty Seaford, NY. International Careers. Track; 
Cross Country. 

Karen FHam Doylestown, PA. PreDental. Acting & Directing 
minor. National Association of College & Universities Resklence. 

Shannon Ram Yorktown. NY. Psychology. Women's Studies 
minor. College Democrats. President. 



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Kim Bach, Marianne Shaver, Karen Overchuk wait to be roasted at the Alpha Chi Omega Senior Roast. 



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Michael Flieder 



Douglas M Ford 




Gregory S Ford 



Suzanne Renee Ford 



Tracy L Fornwalt 



Brian W Fors 



Karen Kristine Fortune 




Jchn Joseph Foy 111 

314 Seniors 



Kevin P Franco 



Ramon Arturo Franco Jr. 



Steven Wiley Frank 



Steven C Frankel 



Fleckman-Furtaw 




Laura Marie Franz 



Jennifer Lynn Frascona 



Christopher Lee Frazer 




Lee Joshua Freedman 



Sandra E Freedman 



Timothy Dean Frenz 




Wendy Lynn Fried 



James Andrew Friedman 



Timothy D Friedman 




Adam Fromm 



Gregory J Fucheck 



Gregory C Furtaw 



Solomon Beauregard Fleckman Cape Coral, FL. Marketing & 
Management. Wrestling. 

Tricia Fleming Holmdel. HJ. Accounting. Accounting Club. 

Michael Flieder Huntingdon Valley, PA Philosophy. 

Douglas M Ford Wyckoff, NJ Materials Science & Engineering. 
Sigma Nu; Stage Door, Production Manager; Investment Club; 
Tae Kwon Do. 

Gregory S Ford Long Valley. MJ. Biology. 

Suzanne Renee Ford Hawthorne, NY Accounting. Gamma Phi 
Beta, Chapter Enrichment; Accounting Club; Photo Club; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Marketing Club; Biking Club; Soccer Team. 

Tracy L Fornwalt New Providence, PA. Accounting. Accounting 
Club; Investment Club; Student Activities Council; Tour Guide. 

Brian W Fors Huntingdon Valley, PA. Computer Science. Theta 

Chi, Treasurer. 

Karen Kristine Fortune Falmouth, ME. Biology Psychology 
minor. Kappa Alpha Theta, Steward. President; Biology Club; 
Sailing Club; Panhellenic Rush Counselor; Phi Eta Sigma. 

John Joseph Foy III East Granby, CT Mechanical Engineering. 
Aerospace Studies minor. Air Force ROTC; Kappa Alpha. 

Kevin P Franco Paramus, NJ. Accounting. 

Ramon Arturo Franco Jr. Rosedale, NY Biology. Delta Chi, 
Philanthropy Committee Chairman; Allied Health Committee, 
Co-Chairman; Intramurals; Tutor Middle School Children. 

Steven Wiley Frank Pittsburgh, PA. Economics & Internatkxtal 

Careers. 

Steven C Frankel Eatontown, NJ. American Studies. Phi Gam- 
ma Delta, Rush Chairman, Intramurals Sufwrvisor; Hogar Crea 
Tutor; Intramural Manager of the Year. 

Laura Marie Franz Arlington Heights, IL. Accounting & Market- 
ing. Gryphon Society; House President of Brodhead; Marketing 
Club; National Residence Hall Honorary. 

Jennifer Lynn Frascona Medway, MA. Accounting. Delta Zeta, 
Education Chairwoman; Accounting Club; Finance Club. 

Christopher Lee Frazer Highland, MD Mechanical Engir>eering. 

Beta Theta Pi, Steward, Secretary; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Lee Joshua Freedman Framingham, MA. Government. Psychol- 
ogy minor. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Master, Lieutenant Master, Scribe, 
Memt)er at Large; Debate Team, Vice President, Historian; Hillel. 

Sandra E Freedman Hillsdale, NJ. Psychology & English. Social 
Relations minor Omicron Delta Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta. 

Timothy Dean Frenz Bradfordwoods, PA. Finance. Delta Tau 
Delta, Sergeant at Arms; Beta Gamma Sigma; Financial Manage 
ment National Honor Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Order of Omega. 

Wendy Lynn Fried Harrison. NY. Journalism. Theatre minor. 
Delta Gamma. Vice President Pledge Education, Rush Chairman; 
Brown & White, Writer, Editor; Lehigh One Act. Director. 

James Andrew Friedman Stamford, CT. Finance. 

Timothy D Friedman Palm Beach. FL Government & East 
Asian Studies. Sigma Nu; College Republicans. Chairman; East 
Asia Society; Soccer Club; Squash Club; Government Honors. 

Adam Fromm Ridgewood, NJ. Government. Association of Co^ 
legie Entrepreneurs. 

Gregory J Fucheck Montrose. NY. Marketing. French minor. 
Lehigh Children's Theatre; French Club; International Exchange 
Program. 

Gregory C Furtaw Berwyn. PA. International Relations. History 
minor. Alpha Chi Rho, Social Chairman, Rush Chairman; Mus- 
tard & Cheese Drama Society. 



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316 Seniors 




Janice L Gemignani 



Matthew J George 



Vito Joseph Geronimo 




Scott M Gerrish 



Maria Barbara Gesualdo 



Jeffrey Michael Gibbons 




Michael Gildenberg 



Virginia M Gill 



Ellyn Joy Ginsberg 







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Tricla M Olovacco 



Stephanie Mara Qltkin 



Glenn Douglas QIazer 



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Edward Peyton Gage Duxbury, MA. Accounting. Theta Xi; Phi 
Eta Signna 

Frank Martin Galioto III Potomac, MD. Chemical Engineering. 
Economics minor. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Sabina V Gallo Cliffside Park, NJ. Industrial Engineering. Psy- 
chology minor. Industrial Engineering Council; Institute of Indus- 
trial Engineers; Gryphon Society. 

Jennifer Gannon Goshen, MY. Architecture. American Institute 
of Architectural Students; Residence Halls Council; Deans List. 

Mark C Gannon Johnstown, PA. Finance & Economics. Chi Phi, 
Secretary, Vice President, Historian; Squash Club. 

Andrew Kevin Gansler Springfield, NJ Industrial Engineering. 
Sigma Phi Society, Treasurer; Interfraternity Council, Communi- 
ty Relations; Intramural Basketball, Floor Hockey. 

Xi Gao Bethlehem, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Outstanding 
College Students of America. 

James William Garrett Millburn, NJ. Accounting. Computer 
Science minor. Alpha Sigma Phi, Vice President; Accounting 
Club; Football Team, Co-Captain. 

Kristin H Gay Burnt Hills, NY. Marketing & Management. Com- 
munications minor. Senior Class Vice President; Marketing Club, 
Vice President; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice President. 

Evelyn Sandra Gebauer Southampton, PA. Materials Science & 

Engineering. Society of Women Engineers. 

Martha E Gee Newtown, CT. Art. Equestrian Club; Lehigh Uni- 
versity Volunteers; Epitome, Photographer. 

John F Gehrig Jr. Westminster, MD. Marketing. Psychology 
minor. Football, Tight End. 

Paul Joseph Gehringer Bally, PA. Architecture. Grtsan Studies 
minor. Residence Halls Council. 

Kenneth A Gelderman Hawley, PA. Civil Engineering. American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 

Janice L Gemignani Onion City, NJ. Marketing. Alpha Gamma 
Delta; Marketing Club; Alpha Phi Omega; American Marketing 
Association. 

Matthew J George Chicago, IL. Electrical Engineering. Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Tae Kwon Do. 

Vito Joseph Geronimo Congers, NY. Accounting. International 
Relations; Kappa Alpha Society, Rush Chairman, Recording Sec- 
retary, Social Chairman; Student Senate. 

Scott M Gerrish Canton, MA. Mechanical Engineering. Kappa 
Sigma, Grand Scribe; Ski Club, President; Society of Automotive 
Engineers, President. 

Maria Barbara Gesualdo Warren, NJ. Chemistry. aLORT, Lieu- 
tenant of Scheduling; Equestrian Club, Vice President. 

Jeffrey Michael Gibbons White Hall, PA. Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. Beta Theta Pi, Social Chairman, House Manager. 

Michael Gildenberg Basking Ridge. NJ Psychology. Law minor. 
Progressive Students Alliance, CcKIhair, Treasurer; Ultimate 
Frisbee. President; Choral Onion, Section Leader; WLVR. 

Virginia M Gill Cromwell, CT. Accounting & Finance. Govern- 
ment minor. Debate Team; Choral Union. 

Ellyn Joy Ginsberg North Miami Beach. FL. International Rela- 
tions. Art History minor. 

Tricia M Giovacco Clifton. NJ. Marketing Kappa Alpha 'I beta, 
Scholarship Chairman, Fraternity Education Chairman. 

Stephanie Mara Gitkin Franklin Lakes, NJ. Economics & Psy- 
chology. Alpha Phi. 

Glenn Douglas Glazer Tenafly, NJ. Finance. Brown & White; 
' Sigma Alpha Mu; Student Activities Council. 

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h^ Nguyen, Mhia Poblete, Bfitt Carter, and Marisa DeFilippo share a drink together 



Wouter James Coedkoop 



Sharon Gold 



Carla E Goldberg 

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Matthew Jay Goldberg 



Scott Michael Goldberg 



Michael Stephen Golden 

318 Seniors 



Kenneth M Goldman 



Jonathan David Goldstein 



Danielle Golliday 



Sanjay Desh Goel 




Melissa Golden 




Carey Goodfellow 



Goodrich-Greenblatt 




Thomas Welles Goodrich 



Philip S Goodstein 



Mihir Goswami 



Jennifer Aimee Gotlin 



George William Granata 



John Grau 



Bethany Joy Gosule 




Heath Evan Cottesman 




Robert William Gravereaux 




Rachel Eden Green 



Loren Greenberg 



Jason David Greenblatt 



Heather Rogers Gnewuch Ridgefield. CT. Psychology. Alpha 
Chi Omega. Warden: Psi Chi; Dean's List. 

Joanna L Godown tipper St. Clair, PA. Journalism. Government 
& Public Relations minors. Public Relations Student Society of 
America, Secretary; Brown & White. 

Wouter James Goedkoop Darien, CT. Industrial Engineering. 
Skiing; Hiking; Sailing. 

Sanjay Desh Goel Cherry Hill, NJ. Pre-Med. 

Sharon Gold East Northport. MY. Management & Marketing. 
Delta Zeta; Benefit for the Homeless; Marketing Club; Who's 
Who in American College & Universities; Order of Omega. 

Caria E Goldberg Chestnut Hill, MA. Journalism. Public Rela 
tions & Jewish Studies minors. Delta Gamma, President; Senior 
Class Gift Campaign, Publicity Chair; Brown & White. 

Matthew Jay Goldberg Newton, MA. Finance. Pi Lambda Phi, 
Pledge Coordinator; Lacrosse Club; Investment Club. 

Scott Michael Goldberg West Caldwell. NJ. Finance. History 
minor. College Republicans, President; Residence Halls Council, 
Vice President; Hillside House, President; Investment Club. 

Melissa Golden Bethesda. MD. English. French minor. Alpha 
Phi. Administrative Assistant: Sigma Tau Delta; Deans List. 

Michael Stephen Golden Haywood, VA. Civil Engineering. 

Kenneth M Goldman Philadelphia, PA. Accounting. Delta Sigma 
Phi, Rush Chairman, Treasurer, Athletics Chairman; Beta Alpha 
Psi. 

Jonathan David Goldstein Vicenza, Italy. Finance. Aerospace 
Studies & International Relations minors. Air Force ROTC; Delta 
Tau Delta 

Danielle Golliday Bridgewater. NJ. Economics. Gymnastics 
Club, Founder. President; Gamma Phi Beta, Panhel Delegate; 
Diving Team; Freshman Orientation; French Tutor. 

Carey Goodfellow Cranford, NJ Social Relations. Music minor 
Choir, Assistant Manager; Vocal Ensemble. 

Thomas Welles Goodrich North Berwick, ME. Finance. History 
minor Phi Gamma Delta, President; Crew. 

Philip S Goodstein Monsey, NY. Computer Science. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. 

Bethany Joy Gosule New York, NY. French. Government minor. 
French Club. 

Mihir Goswami New City, NY. Rnance. Psychology minor Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon, House Dunigator. 

Jennifer Aimee Gotlin Staten Island, NY. Journalism. Brown & 
White, Chief Desk Editor; Pre-Law Society. Vice President. 

Heath Evan Gottesman Teaneck, NJ. Finance. Phi Kappa The- 
ta. Steward; Student Advisory Committee on Study Abroad; 
Junior Year Abroad. London School of Economics. 

George William Granata Sayville, NY. Finance. Alpha Tau Ome- 
ga, Treasurer, Financial Advisor; Dean's List. 

John Grau Old Bridge, NJ. Electrical Engineering. Delta Sigma 
Phi, Social Chairman. 

Robert William Gravereaux New Canaan, CT. Mechanical Engi- 
neering. Delta Sigma Phi, House Manager. 

Rachel Eden Green Chappaqua, NY. Psychology. Speech minor. 
Alpha Phi. Chapter Promotions Officer; Soccer Club. 

Loren Greenberg Staten Island, NY. Biology. Psychology minor. 
Progressive Student Alliance; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Jason David Greenblatt Trumbull, CT. Marketing. Joumalism 
minor. Delta Sigma Phi, Rush Chairman. Chapter Editor, Histori- 
an; Marketing Club; Brown & White, Reporter. 



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Christopher Matthew Greer 



Michael D Crieff 



Adam J Griff 



Heather Griffith 



Kelly Ann Grim 




WMlain Sude and Denise lavicoll nang .u - the Delia Phi beach blast 



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320 Seniors 



Greer-Hammond 




Christopher P Haid 



Timothy Hall 



Richard James Hallahan 




William J Hamilton 



Christopher Matthew Greer Moorestown, NJ. Marketing. Chi 
Psi, President. Treasurer; Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field. 

Michael D Grieff Pottsville, PA. Chemical Engineering. Pi Kappa 
Alpha. Rush Chairman. Community Service Chairman; Tau Beta 
Pi. Corresponding Secretary. 

Adam J Griff Fort Lee, NJ. Computer Science. Economics 
minor Epitome, Photography Editor, Photographer: Drinker. 

Heather Griffith Westport, CT. English. Art History & Biology 
minors Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister; Equestrian Club. 

Kelly Ann Grim Macungie, PA. Architecture. Psychology minor. 
American Institute of Architectural Students; Deans List. 

Lisa Grimmell Lake Hiawatha, NJ. Accounting. Alpha Gamma 
Delta. Membership Chairman; Senate; Accounting Club 

Todd Grimsrud Englewood, CO. International Business. Alpha 
Tau Omega; Intrafraternity Council. 

Todd William Groff Beaver, PA. Economics & Chemical Engi- 
neering. Ice Hockey. 

Krista Leigh Groman Spring City, PA. Social Relations. Psychol- 
ogy. Intramurals; Hockey; Lacrosse; Social Relations Club. 

Devin Ari Gross Cherry Hill. NJ. International Careers. Alpha 
Sigma Phi; Rugby Team. 

Peter F Grube Solebury. PA. Finance International Relations 
minor. Cycling Team; Outing Club. 

Michael John Gujda Bristol. PA. Accounting. French minor Phi 
Kappa Psi, Treasurer. Finance Chairman, Fraternity Educator; 
Project Literacy (Jnited States. 

H Gregory Gulick Middletown. NJ. International Careers Crew. 
Founding Officer, Head Coach; aLCIRT 

Sona Gupta Philadelphia, PA 

Allen Prescott Haar Hanover, PA. Electrical Engineering. Insti- 
tute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Eta 
Kappa Nu. Vice President; Harold J Horn Award; Dean's List. 

Robert J Hachmann New York, NY. English. Philosophy minor. 
Progressive Student Alliance; WLVR; Amaranth; Mustard & 
Cheese Drama Society. 

Markellos Hadjimarkou Carnaca, Cyprus. Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Hellenic Society; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

Christopher P Haid Westport. CT. Material Science Engineering. 

Theta Chi. 

Timothy Hall Simsbury. CT. Accounting. Chi Phi; Dean's List; 
Beta Alpha Psi 

Richard James Hallahan Vero Beach. FL. Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Snowboarding 
Club; Investment Club; Tennis; Golf; Skiing. 

Jonathan Talbot Hallett Arlington, VA. Industrial Engineering. 

Alpha Tau Omega. Rush Chairman. House Functions Chair, 
Alumni Relations. Financial Advisor; Alpha Pi Mu. 

Darrin Robert Halsey Water Mill, NY. International Careers. Law 
& Legal Institutions minor. Delta Tau Delta. Social Chairman. 
Pledge Educator; Student Senate; ICARE; Gryphon Society. 

Kirsten N Halvorsen Huntington, NY. Accounting. Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; Panhellenic Council; Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi. 

William J Hamilton Holland. PA. Psychology. 

Paul S Hamlin Mendham. NJ. International Careers & Econom- 
ics. German minor. Residence Security: International Careers 
Club 

Paul Douglas Hammond New Hope. PA. Electrical Engineering. 
University Committee of Discipline. 



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John Clark, Kevin Harvey, Devin Gross, love lunch at Alpha SIg. 



Helen Louise Hansen 



Philip Anthony Hart 

322 Seniors 



Craig Andrew Hartenstlne 



Kevin P Harvey 



Timothy D Haugh 



Helm Winzer Hansen 




Kimberly A Hausman 



Hanczyc-Hirsch 




Christina Havas 



Jeffrey R Havsy 



Michael Patrick Haynes 




Jennifer L Heid 



Nancy Joan Held 



Elizabeth A Hendey 




Joseph J Herrmann 



Jennifer Lyn Herron 



Bruce D Herwig 




Karen Eileen Hllowltz 



Susan E HInman 



Matthew Scott HIrsch 



Diane N Hanczyc Suscon. PA. Chemical Engineering. Delta 
Zeta; Lehigh Big Sister 

David Martin Hano Avon. CT. Psychology. Economics minor. 
Phi Kappa Psi; Hillel. 

Helen Louise Hansen Pleasantville, NY Industrial Engineering. 
English minor Institute of Industrial Engineers; Alpha Pi Mu. 

Helm Winzer Hansen Allison Park, PA. Industrial Engineering. 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. President; Delta CIpsilon; Rug- 
by; Outing Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Darren Harbold Gettysburg, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Sigma 

Chi. 

Marc Harlacher Colorado Springs, CO Computer Engineering. 
Astronomy minor. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engi 
neers; Psi CJpsilon. House Manager. Pledge Educator. 

Cynthia Harrington Summit. MJ. Biochemistry. 

Lori J Harris St. Johns, MO. Finance & Marketing Marketing 
Club; Panhel Judiciary Board; Delta Gamma, Vice President 

Mark David Harris Pittsburgh, PA. Material & Mechanical Engi 
neering Pi Kappa Alpha 

Philip Anthony Hart Miami. FL Finance. Lacrosse Team. Cap 
tain. 

Craig Andrew Hartenstine Pottstown. PA. Management. Gryph 
on Society. 

Kevin P Harvey Chester. NJ. Psychology. Alpha Sigma Phi, 
Steward. Secretary; Mustard & Cheese Drama Society, 

Timothy D Haugh Hughesville. PA. Russian Studies. Govern- 
ment & Aerospace minors. Beta Theta Pi, Intramural Chairman, 
President; Air Force ROTC; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Kimberly A Hausman West Simsbury, CT. Government. History 
minor. Student Senate; Senior Class Gift Campaign, Co<;hair- 
man of Solicitations; New Student Orientation Staff. 

Christina Havas Johnstown, PA. Accounting. Alpha Chi Omega, 
Founding Sister; Scabbard & Blade, Treasurer; Accounting Club; 
Beta Alpha Psi, National Secretary; Beta Gamma Sigma. 

Jeffrey R Havsy Jenkintown, PA. Economics. Government & 
Jewish Studies minors Gryphon Society; Debate Team; Hillel, 
Vice-President; College Democrats. Treasurer; Deans List. 

Michael Patrick Haynes Willimantic. CT. Electrical Engineering. 
String Orchestra. 

Jennifer L Heid Riverside. CT. Business. 

Nancy Joan Held Orange. CT. Architecture. Residence Halls 
Council. Concessions. Assistant Manager. Manager. Executive 
Board; American Institute of Architectural Students, Treasurer. 

Elizabeth A Hendey White Plains, NY. Marketing. Government 
minor. Alpha Omicron Pi, Social Chairman; Marketing Club. 

Joseph J Herrmann Sayville. NY. International Relations. 

Jennifer Lyn Herron Lansdale. PA. Economics and Biology. 
Crew Club; Women in Business; Co-Founder, Vice President. 

Bruce D Herwig Maple Glen, PA Civil Engineering. Outing Club; 
Alumni Fund Committee; Bucchus Olympics; Club 631; Ameri- 
can Society of Civil Engineers; Chi Epsilon. 

Karen Eileen Hilowitz BloomField, NJ. Psychology. Social Psy- 
chology minor. Psi Chi 

Susan E Hinman Saddle River, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Theta Chi, Asso- 
ciate Member; Pi Tau Sigma, Treasurer. 

Matthew Scott Hirsch Simsbury, CT. Government & Internation- 
al Relations. Delta Sigma Phi, President; Hockey Club. 



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Daphne Claire Hirsh 



Debra Lyn Hoefler 



Jeffrey E Hoeflich 



Wendy Hoff 



Holly Sue Hoffman 




Lisa Hoffman 



Diane M Hoffmann 



Jennifer Jane Hoover 



John B Howard 



William K Howenstein Jr. 




' %R Dsvla. Rl»a Fliher, Pamela Sprayregan and Christina Petrlllo lounge on Iheir porch 



Rebecca Humphreys 



Peter Huie 



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Hirsh- Jacob 




Pil Sang Hwang 



Michael John laccarino Jr. 



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D«nise lavicoli 



Arsenio A Ibay Jr. 



Desiree L Ifill 



Kristie Immordino 



James J Infantino 



Kenneth R Ingram 



Alfred F Ingulli 



Ross Bryan Intelisano 



Adrienne N Jackson 



Andria Leigh Jacob 






Daphne Claire Hirsh Highland Park, IL. Psychology. Panhellenic 
Rush Counselor; Peer Counselor; Phi Beta Kappa; Dean's List. 

Debra Lyn Hoefler Allendale, MJ. Accounting. British Literature 
minor Kappa Alpha Theta, Rush Chairman, Marshall 

Jeffrey E Hoeflich Moorestown, NJ. Accounting. Intramurais; 
Residence Halls Council. Hall President; Investment Club. 

Wendy Hoff Palm City, FL. Industrial Engineering. Alpha Omi 
cron Pi; Varsity Swim Team; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 
Treasurer; Outdoors Club; Investment Club; Alpha Pi Mu. 

Holly Sue Hoffman Trumbull, CT. Economics. Delta Gamma, 
Assistant Treasurer, Rituals Chairman; Economics Society. 

Lisa Hoffman Highland Park, IL. International Business. AIPAC, 
Vice President; Volunteer Work for Soviet Jews; Tutor, Econom- 
ics, Hebrew; PreLaw Society; Alpha Phi; Deans List. 

Diane M Hoffmann Glen Rock, NJ. Accounting. Philosophy 
minor Accounting Club; Philosophy Club; Marketing Club; Resi 
dence Halls Council; Student Activities Council. 

Jennifer Jane Hoover Allison Park. PA. Psychology. Cognitive 
Science minor. Delta Zeta, Colonizing Member, Social Chairman; 
Twilight Committee; Intramurais; Club 31; Phi Beta Kappa 

John B Howard Manhasset, NY. Accounting. Residence Halls 
Council, President, National Communications Coordinator, 
Trembley Park President; Council of Student Presidents. 

William K Howenstein Jr. Grosse Pointe Farms, Ml Inlernation 
al Careers. History, Communications, & International Relations 
minors. Kappa Sigma, President, Rush Chairman; Ski Club. 

Mark E Huber Lima, OH. International Careers & German. Phi 
Gamma Delta, Rush Chairman; Study Abroad Committee. 

Timothy A Huff Jr. Armonk, NY. Accounting. Sigma Chi, Inter- 
fraternity Council Representative, Alumni Relations Officer. 

Rebecca Humphreys Cherry Hill, NJ. Computer Science. Fresh- 
man Orientation Staff; Brown & White, Ad Design Editor. 

Peter Muse Haworth, NJ. Economics Chi Phi, Secretary. 

Pil Sang Hwang Colorado Springs, CO. Economics & History. 

Michael John laccarino Jr. Orange. CT. Architecture. Ski Club, 
President, Treasurer. Kappa Sigma, Social Chairman. 

Denise lavicoli Haddonfield, NJ Theatre. English minor Gryph 
on Society; Kappa Alpha Theta, Social Chairman, Service Chair- 
man; Mustard & Cheese Drama Society, Treasurer. 

Arsenio A Ibay Jr. Ridgewood, NJ. Electrical Engineering Insti 
tute of Electronic & Electrical Engineers; Army ROTC; Scabbard 
& Blade; Color Guard, Secretary; Ranger Club 

Desiree L Ifill Dix Hills, NY. Marketing. Association of Minority 
Business Students, President; Varsity Lacrosse; Black Student 
Union; Peer Counselor. 

Kristie Immordino Glenside, PA. Material Science Engineering. 
Gamma Phi Beta, Pledge Educator; Student Materials Society. 

James J Infantino Chappaqua, NY. Mathematics. Psychology 

minor 

Kenneth R Ingram Freehold. NJ Psychology. 

Alfred F Ingulli Cheshire, CT. Marketing. 

Ross Bryan Intelisano Belle Harbor, NY. International Careers. 
Theta Delta Chi, Social Chairman, Scholarship Chairman. 

Adrienne N Jackson Lincolnshire, IL. Architecture College Re- 
publicans, Vice President; American Institute of Architectural 
Students: Fast Break Club, Publicity Chair. 

Andria Leigh Jacob Framingham, MA. Economics & Interna- 
tional Careers. Economics Club; Progressive Student Alliance. 



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Tom "Pop" Roccanova: comfortably numb 



Thomas Franklin James IV 



Stuart Jara 




Joseph Christopher Jasaitis 



Merrill G Jasper 



Gokul M Jaykrishna 



Munjal Jaykrishna 



Kim R Jessum 




Susan Jindra 



Jarrod Godette Johnson 



Julie Anne Johnson 



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Susan L Johnson 



Jacobsen-Karn 




Terry Allen Johnson Jr. 



Keith Johnston 



Wendy Eileen Jones 







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William Jones Jr. 



Michael A P Jordan 



Francis J Kaczmarczyk 




Amy Russelle Kantra 



Jonathan A Kaplan 



Alicia Ann Karam 




Michael Karicher 



Brenton Karmen 



John E Karn Jr. 



Eric Jacobsen North Kingstown. Rl Mechanical Engineering. 
Cycling Team, President; PI Tau Sigma. 

Erika Hope Jacobsen Fort Washington, PA. Chemical Engineer- 
ing. American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Thomas Franklin James IV St Louis, MO. Journalism. Brown & 

White. 

Stuart Jara Miami. PL. Mechanical Engineering & International 
Relations. Trustee Representative; Forum Co-Chair; Kappa Al- 
pha 

Joseph Christopher Jasaitis Sea Girt, NJ. Government. Interna 
tional Relations minor. Sigma Phi; Dean's List. 

Merrill G Jasper Cedarhurst, NY Finance. 

Gokul M Jaykrishna Ahmedabad, India. Finance. 

Munjal Jaykrishna Ahmedabad, India Finance. International 
Relations minor. Finance Club; Marketing Club; Tennis Team 

Kim R Jessum Norristown, PA. Chemical Engineering & Applied 
Science. Women Involved in Student Education. Big & Little 
Sister Coordinator; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Susan Jindra Winfield, KS. Accounting. Varsity Track. Captain; 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Treasurer; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Jarrod Godette Johnson East Orange. NJ Economics Football; 
Kappa Alpha Psi. 

Julie Anne Johnson Scituate, MA Marketing & Management. 
Spanish minor. Panhellenic Council, President; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Gryphon Society; Order of Omega. 

Kerry Leigh Johnson Cold Spring Harbor, NY Social Relations. 
Health & Human Development minor. Lehigh University Volun- 
teers; Gamma Phi Beta. 

Susan L Johnson Weston. CT. French. Varsity Swimming, Cap- 
tain. 

Terry Allen Johnson Jr. Disputanta. VA. Financial Economics. 
East Asian Studies & Military Science minors. Color Guard, 
President; Army ROTC; Senior Class Gift Committee. 

Keith Johnston Spring, TX Electrical Engineering. Phi Kappa 

Theta. Vice President. 

Wendy Eileen Jones North Tarrytown, NY. International Busi- 
ness. American Literature minor Alpha Chi Omega, Founding 
Sister, Vice President Fraternity Relations. 

William Jones Jr. Bethlehem, PA. Computer Science. 

Michael A P Jordan Palmerton. PA. Marketing International 
Relations minor. Varsity Wrestling. ACl Direct Marketing Schol- 
arship Contest, 2nd Place. 

Francis J Kaczmarczyk Wernersville, PA. Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Lehigh University Computing Society. President; Institute of 
Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Secretary. 

Amy Russelle Kantra Toms River. NJ English & Theatre. Fresh- 
man Orientation Staff, Personnel Operations Coordinator; Mus- 
tard & Cheese Drama Society, Treasurer. 

Jonathan A Kaplan Roslyn, NY. 

Alicia Ann Karam Rockville, MD. Management. Psychology & 

Music minors. Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister, Recording 
Secretary, Standards Board; Panhel, Peer Counselor, 

Michael Karicher Fremont, CA. Accounting. Lambda Chi Alpha, 
President. Scholarship Chairman; Baseball; Accounting Club. 

Brenton Karmen Morristown. NJ. Accounting Zeta Psi, Social 
Chairman, Rush Chairman; Accounting Club, 

John E Karn Jr. North Caldwell. NJ. Civil Engineering. Sigma 
Phi, Pledge Educator; Chi Epsilon, 



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Daniel M Kasun 



David S Kates 



Kerry Gerard Kauffman 



Gregory George Kauper 



Glenn Keaveny 




Peter John Keim 



Benjamin John Keiser 



Denise Anne Kell 



Tonia Ann Keller 



Annette Teresa Kelley 




Dave KozuiMl gels ready to pull (or the Delta Sigma Phi tug^lwai. 



Meghan Ann Kenny 



Steven Andrew Kent 



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Kasun-Kirsh 




Steve Kerr 



Tracy L Kerr 



Cameron Khosrowshahi 




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Philip Michael Kibel 



Marco Willy Kiefer 



Christina M Kiffney 







Peter Whangsik Kim 



Brett G King 



Hilary Anne King 




Earl J Kinsley Jr 



Jaime Lynn Kirkpatrick 



Michael Kirsh 



Daniel M Kasun Middleton. NJ. Computer Engineering. Phi 
Gamma Delta; Brown & While. Associate Editor, Managing Edi- 
tor. Cartoonist. 

David S Kates Boca Raton. FL. History. Kappa Sigma; History 

Honors Society. 

Kerry Gerard Kauffman Reading. PA. Statistics. Intramurals; 

Lehigh University Scholarship. 

Gregory George Kauper Pittsburgh. PA. Accounting. Pi Lambda 

Phi; Hockey Club; Accounting Club. 

Glenn Keaveny Hershey. PA. Marketing. Government minor. Phi 
Sigma Kappa. Rush Chairman; Marketing Club. 

Peter John Keim Princeton. NJ. Biology Lamlxla Chi Alpha 
Fraternity. Secretary; GREEN, Vice President. 

Benjamin John Keiser Bayville, NJ. Civil Engineering. Phi Kap- 
pa Theta. Intramural Manager. 

Denise Anne Kell Springfield, PA Electrical Engineering. Alpha 
Chi Omega, Founding Sister; Panhellenic Rush Counselor. 

Tonia Ann Keller Cumberland, MD. Industrial Engineering. Psy- 
chology minor. Society of Women Engineers. 

Annette Teresa Kelley Doylestown, PA. Chemical Engineering. 
Chi Delphia; Fastbreak Club; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers; Society of Women Engineers. 

James B Kelly Reading. England. Computer Engineerings Eco- 
nomics, Lehigh Women's Club Soccer. Coach. 

Karin Kelly Scotch Plains. NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Biology 

minor. Mechanical Engineering Student Faculty Council; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; Panhellenic Rush Counselor. 

Meghan Ann Kenny Garden City. NY Industrial Engineering. 
Habitat for Humanity; Institute of Industrial Engineers: Society 
of Women Engineers; Eagle Japan Program. 

Steven Andrew Kent New Rochelle. NY. Finance. Finance Club; 
Psi (Jpsilon. Vice President, Social Chairman, Intramurals Man- 
ager, Rush Chairman; Date Rape Film. 

Steve Kerr Gettysburg, PA. Chemical Engineering. Cross Coun- 
try; Theta Chi, Secretary. 

Tracy L Kerr Seaside Park, NJ. Civil Engineering. WLVR, Disc 
Jockey; Progressive Student Alliance. 

Cameron Khosrowshahi Irvington, NY. Government. History mi- 
nor. Marketing Club; College Republicans; Debate Team. 

Philip Michael Kibel Guaynabo, Puerto Rico. Accounting. Peer 
Counselor; Peer Counselor Coordinator; CJnited Nations Team. 

Marco Willy Kiefer Toms River, NJ. International Business. Ger- 
man minor. Lambda Chi Alpha; High Phi. 

Christina M Kiffney Schenectady, NY. Finance. French minor. 
Benefit for the Homeless; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Peter Whangsik Kim Albany, GA. Biochemistry. Phi Beta Kap- 
pa 

Brett G King Milliards. PA. Computer Engineering. Gaming Club, 
President; Mountain Under the Stars. Vice President. 

Hilary Anne King Stamford, CT. Accounting. Kappa Alpha The 

ta. Vice President Finance. 

Earl J Kinsley Jr. Bethlehem. PA. Electrical Engineering. Arnold 
Air Society, President; Gaming Club, President, Vice President. 

Jaime Lynn Kirkpatrick Doylestown, PA. Economics. Psycholo- 
gy minor. 

Michael Kirsh Edison, NJ. Finance. Investment Club; Finance 

Club. 



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Scott M Klein 



Gary C Koch 



James Kocornik 



Marios Koliopoulos Paul Frank Konop 



AAun Henry Komfeld 

330 Seniors 



Naci Korzay 



Laurin Anne Kosakowski 



Paul Kostrzewski 



Janette Antoinette Knittel 




Melissa Koppelman 




Steve A Kottakis 



Kirwan-Kurdyla 




Dave Kozubal 



Ellen n Krart 



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Jeremy Krasner 



Howard Charles Krauth Ml 



Kristine Ann Kruczynski 



Sharon Ann Kubicko 



Tamara Jean Kuchta 



Peter Michael Kuehl 



Alanna Kramer 




Wendy Renee Krout 




Sherry Lynn Kuchma 




Dean Allen Kurdyla 



Katherine P KIrwan Setauket. NY. Industrial Engineering. Air 
Force ROTC; Institute of Industrial Engineers 

Jeffrey M Klein Wayne, MJ. Accounting. Pi Lambda Phi, Stew- 
ard 

Scott M Klein East Northport, NY. Premedical Science, Intramu- 
ral Sports; Tae Kwon Do Club; Dean's List. 

Janette Antoinette Knittel Atlantic Highlands, NJ. Geology;. 

Science Writing iminor Brown & White; Geology Club 

Gary C Koch Abington, PA Computer Engineering, 

James Kocornik Caldwell, NJ Accounting. Computer Science 

minor. Volleyball Club; Accounting Club. 

Marios Koliopoulos Athens, Greece Mechanical Engineering. 

Lehigh Soccer Club, Treasurer; Car Racing; Wind Surfing 

Paul Frank Konop Northport, NY Industrial Engineering. Soci- 
ety of Manufacturing Engineers; Alpha Pi Mu. 

Melissa Koppelman Mountaintop, PA German. Rainforest Ac- 
tion Group. 

Adam Henry Kornfeld Stamford, CT Finance. Delta Phi; Dean's 
List. 

Naci Korzay Istanbul. Turkey Civil Engineering. Economics 
minor Volleyball Club; American Society of Civil Engineers: 
Brown & White. 

Laurin Anne Kosakowski W Granby. CT. Social Relations. Psy- 
chology minor. Varsity Tennis; Gamma Phi Beta, Intramurals 
Manager, Junior Executive Board 

Paul KostrzewskI Huntington, NY Chemical Engineering. Eco- 
nomics minor. Tae Kwon Do, Vice President; Investment Club; 
Entrepreneurial Endeavors, Ski Club; WLVR; Tau Beta Pi 

Steve A Kottakis North Plainfield, NJ Mechanical Engineering. 
Music minor Gryphon President; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Dave Kozubal Mountainside, NJ Computer Science. Delta Sig- 
ma Phi, Founding Father, Membership Educator, Chaplain, Ser- 
geant at Arms; University Committee on Discipline; ICARE 

Ellen M Kraft Maple Glen, PA. Industrial Engineering. Psycholo- 
gy minor. Society of Women Engineers; Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Women Involved in Student Education; SOS Hotline 

Alanna Kramer Cherry Hill, NJ Biology. History minor. 

Jeremy Krasner Rockville. MD Finance & Management. Delta 
Tau Delta. Brotherhood Relations Chairman, Historian Chair- 
man; University Committee on Discipline 

Howard Charles Krauth III Kinnelon, NJ. Finance. Psi (Jpsilon. 
Treasurer, Parliamentarian; Investment Club; Accounting Club 

Wendy Renee Krout Boiling Springs, PA Molecular Biology. 
German minor Committee for Community Relations; Chamber 
Orchestra; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Kristine Ann Kruczynski Parlin, NJ. Finance. Psychology minor. 

Delta Zeta, Public relations Chairwoman; Women in Business; 
Lehigh Big Sister; Economics Society; Accounting Club 

Sharon Ann Kubicko Huntington, CT. Accounting. Residential 
Security Assistant; Marketing Club; Women Involved in Student 
Education. 

Sherry Lynn Kuchma Mont Clare, PA. Biology. Field Hockey; 

Lacrosse; Biology Club; Biology Honors. 

Tamara Jean Kuchta Oakland, NJ. Art History. Delta Gamma, 
Assistant Vice President Pledge Education; Assistant Rituals 
Chairperson. 

Peter Michael Kuehl Chevy Chase, MD. Molecular Biology. 

Dean Allen Kurdyla Thompson Ridge. NY. Accounting. Zeta Psi, 
President; Interfraternity Council; Beta Alpha Psi. 



Senior Portraits 331 




Kevin Paul Laboski 



Kenneth D Laguardia 



Jennifer A Laltefield 



Edward Francis Lamb 



Caryn Marie Lampe 




Vkcfci Sciorra and Heather Qnewuch enjoy the sun at the "farmhouse" party this year held at the park. 



Susan Ashley Lanter 



Matthew Anthony Lapldes 



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Kurz-Lee 




Alan F Lapoint 



Christopher M Large 



Ann Marie Larsen 




Ronald Vincent LaScala 



David J Laskey 



William Brad Lawliss 




Jonathan James Lawrence 



Wendi S Ledwitz 



Seunah Samantha Lee 




Steven J Lee 



Thomas M Lee 



Yunchln Lee 



Caroline Kurz Cherry Hill. MJ. Government. Jewish Studies. 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Chaplain; Varsity Lacrosse; Varsity Field 
Hockey; Student Ambassador. 

Michael E Kurzrok Great Neck. NY. Finance. Phi Kappa Theta; 
Investment Club; Marketing Club; Intramurals. 

Andrea Rachel Kushnick Shaker Heights. OH. Social Relations. 
Jewish Studies minor. Hillel. Vice President; Chi Delphia; Senior 
Class Gift Campaign; Women Involved in Student Education. 

George A Kydes Norwalk. CT. Electrical Engineering. Institute 
of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Soccer Club; Tau Beta Pi. 

Melissa Labell Andover, MA. Psychology. Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Steward. 

Kevin Paul Laboski Quakertown. PA. Government. Alpha Tau 
Omega Football. 

Kenneth D Laguardia Wayne, NJ. Accounting. 

Jennifer A Lakefleld Colts Meek. NJ. Industrial Engineering. 

Psychology Minor Delta Gamma, Vice President Pledge Educa- 
tion, House Manager; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Edward Francis Lamb Washington. NJ. Computer Engineering. 
Lehigh Christian Fellowship. Co-Leader: Sophomore & Junior 
Evangelism; Wrestling; Taylor College Constitution Committee. 

Caryn Marie Lampe Marlboro, NJ. Environmental Science & 
Resource Management. SOS Hotline, Chairperson; Intramural 
Manager; Geology Club; ICARE. 

Audrey Landau Kingston, PA. Accounting. Beta Alpha Psi. 

Leslie Ann Landau Harrisburg, PA. Marketing. Lamlxia Chi Al- 
pha Little Sister. 

Susan Ashley Lanter McLean, VA. Finance. Alpha Phi, Rush 
Chairman, Recording Secretary; Senior Class President. 

Matthew Anthony Lapides Annapolis. MD. Finance & Manage- 
ment. Brown & White. Photographer; Investment Club. 

Alan F Lapoint Scarborough. ME Finance Interfraternity Exec- 
utive Council, Community Relations Co-Chairman; Chi Psi, 
Pledge Master, Social Chairman; Football Team. 

Christopher M Large Wheaton. IL. Finance. Philosophy minor. 

Squash Club. Vice President. 

Ann Marie Larsen Staten Island. NY. Computer Science. Stu- 
dent Activities Council, Twilight Committee; Alpha Phi Omega, 
Vice President Activities. 

Ronald Vincent LaScala Gilbertsville, PA. Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Auto- 
motive Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. 

David J Laskey Carlisle. MA. Accounting. Pi Kappa Alpha, 
President, Treasurer: Fraternity Management Association, Chair- 
man of the Board; Crew Team; Accounting Club. 

William Brad Lawliss Princeton, NJ. Economics & Architecture. 
Ice Hockey; Rugby; Squash; Sigma Chi. 

Jonathan James Lawrence Annandale. NJ. Economics & Fi- 
nance. Marketing Club; Economics Club; Finance Club; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma: Omicron Delta Epsilon. 

Wendi S Ledwitz Lincroft, NJ. Government. 

Seunah Samantha Lee Huntingdon Valley. PA. Economics. Del- 
ta Zeta; Epitome. Activities Editor; New Student Orientation. 

Steven J Lee Philadelphia. PA. 

Thomas M Lee Pittsburgh. PA. Industrial Engineering. Theta 
Delta Chi. Intramurals Chairman; Institute of Industrial Engi- 
neers. 

Yunchin Lee Parlin, NJ. Computer Engineering. Psychology mi- 
nor Korean Student Association, Vice President. 

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Marisa O'Connor, Debra Hoefler. Lii Sondey, Christy Morgan, and Nerissa Nonato 



Debra A Lehr 



Denise Marie Leonard 



Jody Ellen Leonard 



Philip Michael Leonard 



John J Leroy 



Marc LeuzzI 

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Abby Levine 



David Levine 



Scott Levine 



Robert Michael Lentini 




Mark Steven Leung 




Stacey Allison Levine 



Leeds - Loscialo 




Daniel M Levy 



Lauren Beth Levy 



Tobias John Lewis 




Raymond Joseph Licata Jr. 



Jeffrey Lichtstein 



Jill M Lipovsky 



David Jonathan Littlefield 



Paul C Littlefield 



Julie Litwin 



Andrea Duarte Lohmann 



Byron Lohss 



Sergio Loscialo 





Daniel D Leeds Lincoln Park, MJ Computer Science. Tau Epsi- 
lon Phi. Treasurer. Intramural Manager 

Jeanne Leggett Yardley. PA. Industrial Engineering. 

Debra A Lehr Treichlers. PA Behavioral & Neural Biology. 

Tracl(; Alpha Phi Omega; Dean's List; Psi Chi. 

Robert Michael Lentini Philadelphia, PA. Industrial Engineering. 
Institute of Industrial Engineers; Phi Kappa Psi, President 

Denise Marie Leonard Glen Rock, NJ International Careers. 
Sociology minor. Delta Gamma, Social Chairman 

Jody Ellen Leonard Schwenksville, PA. English. Economics & 
History minors. Alpha Gamma Delta. Intramurals Co-Chairman 

Philip Michael Leonard Elkins Park, PA. Mechanical Engineer- 
ing Delta (Jpsilon. Chapter Secretary, House Manager. House 
Steward, Rush Chairman. 

John J Leroy Red Bank, NJ. Finance. 

Mark Steven Leung Ocean City. MD. Industrial Engineering. 
Economics minor. Benefit for the Homeless; Alpha Pi Mu, Trea- 
surer; Tau Beta Pi. 

Marc Leuzzi Palm Harbor, FL. Materials Science Engineering. 

Math minor. Gryphon Society, Executive Board 

Abby Levine Livingston, NJ. Marketing. Spanish minor. AIPAC, 
President; Alpha Phi; Marketing Club: Spanish Club. 

David Levine Livingston, NJ. History. Sigma Alpha Mu. Presi- 
dent. 

Scott Levine Wyckoff, NJ. Finance. Investment Club. 

Stacey Allison Levine Morristown, NJ. Government. French 
minor. Alpha Phi; Freshman & Sophomore Class Vice President. 

Daniel M Levy Orange. CT. History. Gryphon; Tae Kwon Do; 
ICARE; Student Activities Council; Phi Alpha Theta. 

Lauren Beth Levy Rye Brook. NY. Psychology & Theatre. Mus- 
tard & Cheese Drama Society. 

Tobias John Lewis Edgecomb, Maine Finance. Military Science 
minor Phi Sigma Kappa; Army ROTC. 

Raymond Joseph Licata Jr. Ocean. NJ. Industrial Engineering. 

Sigma Phi. Rush Chairman, Scholarship Chairman; Interfrater- 
nity Council, Community Relations Chairman. 

Jeffrey Lichtstein Livingston. NJ. Marketing. History minor. 
WLVR. Basketball Play by Play and Color Commentator 

Jill M Lipovsky Allentown. PA. Architecture & Civil Engineer- 
ing. American Society of Civil Engineers; American Institute of 
Architectural Students; Society of Women Engineers. 

David Jonathan Littlefield Englewood, NJ. Industrial Engineer- 
ing. Varsity Swimming; Delta Tau Delta. 

Paul G Littlefield Englewood, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. 
American Literature minor. Varsity Swimming 

Julie Litwin Montvale. NJ International Relations. Economics 
minor. Alpha Omicron Pi. Assistant Treasurer; Prelaw Society; 
International Careers Club; Outing Club: Intramurals 

Andrea Duarte Lohmann Rio De Janeiro. Brazil Industrial Engi- 
neering. Economics minor. Residence Halls Council 

Byron Lohss Red Lion. PA. Mechanical Engineering. Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers; Investment Club; Pi Eta Sigma 

Sergio Loscialo Bernardsville. NJ. Marketing. Computer Sci- 
ence minor. Gaming Club, Vice-President; Tae Kwon Do. 



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Mark L Lotstein 



Kathryn J Lott 



Marni Lubell 



Paul Joseph Lucas 



Denisa Lujic 





Audra Lutes 



Kenneth Frank Lynch 



Amy Lynwander 



Sharifah Maarof 



Brian James MacDonald 




Stacey Winter, Sieve Ploder. and Susan Lanter help raise money for the senior class at the Chinese Auction. 



Jocelyn C MacNell 



Matthew Roti Mager 



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Lotstein-Mannle 




Badely Bin Man 



Christine Marie Manko 



James S Mann 




Jennifer Lee Mann 



Kirstin J Manning 



Brian Joseph Mannle 



Mark L Lotstein Stamford, CT. Government. Sigma Alpha Mu, 
Social Chairman; Golf Team 

Kathryn J Lott Oldwick. NJ. Marketing. Psychology minor. 
Marketing Club; Intramural Sports. 

Marni Lubell Tarrytown, NY. Accounting. Alpha Chi Omega. 
Founding Sister; Accounting Club; Marketing Club; Hillel. 

Paul Joseph Lucas Poughkeepsie, NY. Mathematics. 

Denisa Lujic North Haven. CT. Behavioral Neuroscience. 

Audra Lutes Easton. PA Civil Engineering. American Society of 
Civil Engineers. Secretary; Chi Epsilon. President; Residence 
Halls Council, Brodhead Vice President. 

Kenneth Frank Lynch Hatboro. PA. Computer Engineering. Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Tau Beta Pi. 

Amy Lynwander Ridgewood. NJ Marketing Writing minor. Jazz 
Coalition; SOS Hotline; Sigma Tau Delta 

Sharifah Maarof Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia. Accounting & Man 

agement. 

Brian James MacDonald Scranton. PA Materials Science & 
Engineering. Cross Country; Indoor & Outdoor Track 

Patricia Macfarlane Avon. CT. Physics. Residence Halls Coun- 
cil. Trembley Park House President; Society of Physics Stu- 
dents; SOS Hotline; Sherman Fairchild Scholarship. 

Robert MacGregor Sherman. CT History. French minor. French 
Club; International Club; Phi Alpha Theta. 

Jocelyn C MacNeil Chatham. NJ Economics & Art Lehigh 
University Volunteers; Goldenheart; Deans List. 

Matthew Ross Mager Nanuet. NY. History. Varsity Track & 
Field; Sigma Alpha Mu; Phi Alpha Theta. 

Labib S Mahfouz Manama, Bahrain Economics & Finance. Inter 
national Relations minor Intramurals, Manager. 

Parag A Majmudar Bloomfield. NJ. Accelerated BAMD Pro- 
gram. Lehigh Sports Medicine Department. Student Trainer; 
Volleyball Club; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma 

Christian Damon Malesic Harrisburg. PA Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Government minor. Air Force Reserve Officer Training 
Corps; Arnold Air Society Commander; Tae Kwon Do: College 
Republicans. 

Joseph T Malgioglio Bronx. NY Architecture & History Delta 
Chi. Sergeant At Arms. House Manager. Intramural Manager: 
Gryphon Society; American Institute of Architectural Students: 
WLVR. Disc Jockey 

Michael Gene Malinchock Vienna. VA Electrical Engineering. 
Mens Volleyball Club. Treasurer: Mustard & Cheese Drama 
Society; TOPES. Captain: Tau Beta Pi. President; Eta Kappa Nu. 

Michael Joseph Maiiory Warren. MA Molecular Biology & Brit- 
ish Literature Human Diversity League. Treasurer. 

Badely Bin Man Nibong Tebal. Malaysia. Accounting & Manage- 
ment Computer Science minor. 

Christine Marie Manko Scotrun. PA Civil Engineering. Architec- 
ture minor Delta Zeta; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

James S Mann York. PA Industrial Engineering. Sigma Chi. 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Jennifer Lee Mann Allentovirn. PA. Government & Economics. 
Delta Zeta 

Kirstin J Manning Greenfield. MA. Accounting. French minor. 
Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. Scholarship Chairman; 
Women Involved in Student Education. Treasurer: Epitome. Se- 
nior Section Editor: Residence Halls Council. Hall President. 

Brian Joseph Mannle Floral Park. NY. Civil Engineering. Ameri- 
can Society of Civil Engineers; Investment Club: Volleyball Club: 
Intramurals. 

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Sharad Sunder Mansukani Charalambos Marangos 



Libby Schnepp. Jill McNeil, Mary DAgostino, Merrill Jasper, & Jackie Montana stand on the deck outside of Rauch 



Jennifer Marino 




William J Marcato 



Brian G Marengo 




Peter Markatos 



Erin Lee Markey 



Michael J Marsh 



Annemarie Martens 




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Christopher R Martin 

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Edward L Martin 



Christopher J Martini 



Cori L Mason 



Lambrine Mataras 



Mansukani McGeary 




AtuI Mathur 



Bethann Matonis 



Richard Mark Matty 




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Richard Mauren 



Paul Mazzelia 




Patrick T McCalley 



Maryanne McCambridge 



Brian Patrick McCarthy 




Sean Francis McCormick 



Jannes P McDermott 



Kerryanne McGeary 



Sharad Sunder Mansukani Moorestown. NJ. Biology, Invest- 
ment Club; Student Faculty Representative. 

Charalambos Marangos Cyprus. Industrial Engineering. Student 
Senate, Publicity Committee, Library Committee, Academics 
Committee Chair; Forum, Community Relations Committee. 

William J Marcato West Wyoming, PA. Civil Engineering. 

Brian G Marengo Berwyn. PA. Civil Engineering. Theta Delta 
Chi. House Manager, Treasurer; American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers. 

Jennifer Marino Flemington, MJ. Government. History minor. 

Peter Markatos London, England. Civil Engineering. Tae Kwon 
Do; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Erin Lee Markey Mohawk, NY. History & Economics PreLaw 
Society, Secretary; Economics Society; Senior Class Gift Cam- 
paign; Phi Alpha Theta, President; Omicron Delta Epsllon. 

Michael J Marsh Seven Valleys, PA. Chemical Engineering. 
Lehigh University Volunteers, Vice President; WLVR, Disc Jock- 
ey; Sunday School Teacher; Middle School Tutor. 

Annemarie Martens Oakland, NJ Finance Psychology minor. 
Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Member, Assistant Vice President 
Finance; Dean's List. 

Christopher R Martin Doylestown. PA. Accounting. Writing & 
Philosophy minors. Rugby Club; Student Activities Council, Off- 
Campus Representative, Totally Off-Campus Co-Editor. 

Edward L Martin Westfield, NJ Materials Science & Engineer- 
ing. 

Christopher J Martini Wescosville, PA. Marketing. Alpha Tau 
Omega. 

Cori L Mason New York, NY. Psychology. Alpha Chi Omega, 
Founding Sister; Brown & White, Business Staff. 

Lambrine Mataras Wyckoff, NJ. Economics. Women in Busi- 
ness, President; Hellenic Club; Economics Society. 

AtuI Mathur Lincoln Park, NJ. Finance. Alpha Sigma Phi. Pled 
gemaster. Marshal; Alpha Phi Omega. 

Bethann Matonis Seekonk, MA. Government. Alpha Phi, House 
Manager; Brown & White. 

Richard Mark Matty Mechanicsburg, PA. Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Aerospace minor. Air Force ROTC; Assistant Hall Director; 
Lamt>da Chi Alpha. 

Richard Mauren Asbury. NJ. Computer Science. Gaming Club, 
President; Bridge Club, President; Common Denominator. 

Paul Mazzelia Keansburg, NJ. Management Law and Legal 
Institutions & Military Science minors. Pi Lambda Phi, Conces- 
sions, Social Chairman, President, Interfraternity Council. 

Joseph James McAndrew Cheshire. CT. Economics. 

Patrick T McCalley Chevy Chase, MD. Finance. 

Maryanne McCambridge Allentown, PA. Chemical Engineering: 
Track Team; Cross Country Team; American Institute of Chemi- 
cal Engineers; Society of Women Engineers; Outing Club. 

Brian Patrick McCarthy Chappaqua, NY. Accounting. Psycholo- 
gy minor. Dean's List; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Sean Francis McCormick Madison, NJ Accounting. Sigma Phi, 
Secretary, President; Ice Hockey Club. 

James P McDermott Valley Stream. NY. French & International 

Careers. 

Kerryanne McGeary Westfield. NJ. Economics. Spanish minor. 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Omicron Delta Epsilon. 



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Sean McGowan 



Judy McGrath 



Meg Elisabeth McGuane Thomas Roland McKelvey Mark Ewing McKlnney 




Terrence C McMahon 



Andrew McMann 



Jill Elizabeth McNeil 



Keri A McParland 



Curtis Mears 




■' Minasian and Kirstin Manning sign up people for WISE at SAC night 



James Anthony Mentzer 



John J Merck III 



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McGowan-Minarovich 




Robert S Merkel 



Jill Merriam 



Kristine N Metro 




David Metzger 



Edith Lord Meyer 



Jane Frances deChantal 
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Rebecca Michaels 



Lisa Marie Mignault 



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Laura Mills 



Kimberly Ann Minarovich 



Sean McGowan Bronx, NY. International Relations. Brown & 
White, Photo Editor. 

Judy McGrath Doylestown, PA. Government & Journalism. 
Brown & White, Photography Editor, Assistant Photography 
Editor; Chi Delphia, Historian; Environmental Club; Epitome. 

Meg Elisabeth McGuane Hampton. NH English. Writing minor. 
Williams Award; Dean's List. 

Thomas Roland McKelvey Toms River, NJ. Electrical Engineer- 
ing. Intramurals; Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers. 

Mark Ewing McKinney New Canaan, CT International Rela 
tions UPBEAT, Chairman; International Club, President; Gryph- 
on; Delta Tau Delta; Spanish Club, Vice President; Dean's List; 
Contribution to Student Life Award. 

Terrence C McMahon Armonk, NY. Mathematics. Mathematics 
Club. 

Andrew McMann Waterville, ME Finance. 

Jill Elizabeth McNeil West Chester, OH. French. Gamma Phi 
Beta 

Keri A McParland Cheshire, CT. Psychology. 

Curtis Mears Louisville, OH. Finance. Computer Science minor. 
Investment Club; Intramurals Manager. 

Maria T Mendez Ponce, Puerto Rico. Architecture. 

Maureen T Menton Ellicott City, MO Industrial Engineering. 

James Anthony Mentzer Baltimore. MD Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. Lacrosse; Soccer; Zeta Psi, House Manager. 

John J Merck III Medfield, MA. Civil Engineering. American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Newman Council; Tutor, Physics I. 
Engineering I. 

Robert S Merkel Westwood, NJ. Industrial Engineering. Delta 
Phi, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary. Engineer 
ing. Society of Women Engineers, President; Newman Council, 
President; Kappa Alpha Theta, Pledge President, Steward, Stan 
dards Chairperson; Gryphon Society; Choral Union; Institute of 
Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Victor L. Records Scholar- 
ship; John B. Lynch Scholarship; University of Delaware Ad 
vanced Studies Scholarship; Elks Foundation Award 

Rebecca Michaels Wethersfield. CT. Mathematics. Crew Team. 

Jill Merriam Madison. CT. Finance. French minor. Alpha Chi 
Omega, Founding Sister, Chairman of Membership Develop- 
ment, Class Agent; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Kristine N Metro Montvale. NJ. Civil Engineering. Chi Epsilon. 

David Metzger New Rochelle, NY Government Economics & 
History minors. Interfraternity Council, Scholarship Chairman; 
Government Honors. 

Edith Lord Meyer Oyster Bay, NY English & Social Relations. 
Crew, President, Secretary; Gamma Phi Beta. 

Jane Frances deChantal Micallef Wilmington, DE. Electrical 

Lisa Marie Mignault Methuen, MA Biology. Softball Team, 
Captain; Residence Halls Council, Activities Committee. 

llya Mihaly Armonk, NY Astronomy. Phi Gamma Delta. Tanker 
Club; Martindale Center. 

Marty J MiLicic North Royalton, OH. Mechanical Engineering. 
Varsity Tennis; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Laura Mills Berwyn, PA. Economics & International Careers 
Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister; Economics Society. Secre- 
tary. 

Kimberly Ann Minarovich Brooklyn, NY. Economics & Journal 
ism. Delta Gamma, House Steward; Brown & White; Prospective 
Student Host; Marketing Club. 



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Nicole Faux and John Williams hang out at the farmhouse party 




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Susan Michelle Ming 



Nitin Mitra 




Robert V Moderelii 



Jacqueline Montana 



Marcus Symington 
Montenecourt 



Katherine E Mooney 



Maria Eugenia Moreyra 




Christine Francis Morgan 



Elizabeth A Morris 



Steven Gary Moskowitz 



Michael Cary Moss 



Roger A Moss 



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Minasian-Murphy 




Nalhalene Mott 



Marlene M Motyka 



Masdi Muhammad 




Erin Mullan 



Mary G Muilusky 



Jay Stewart Mumford 




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Matthew F Mummert 



James Patrick Munley 



Brendan Timothy Murphy 





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Emmet Aiden Murphy 



Matthew H Murphy 



Michelle Ann Murphy 



Jeanne Ellen Minasian Old Bethpage. ISY. Marketing. Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Alumni Chairperson. 

Todd J Minehardt Shrewsbury, MJ. International Relations. As- 
sociation of Collegiate Entrepreneurs. President. 

Susan Michelle Ming Manhasset. MY. Civil Engineerings Archi- 
tecture. Alpha Omicron Pi, Scholarship Chairman. 

Nilin Mitra Edison, NJ Finance. 

Robert V Moderelli Irvington, MY. History & Philosophy Kappa 
Sigma. Phi Alpha Theta. 

Jacqueline Montana West Milford, CT. Economics. Mathemat- 
ics minor. Gamma Phi Beta, Assistant Treasurer: Economics 
Society, 

Marcus Symington Montenecourt Pittstown. NJ. Economics- 
/Russian Studies. Varsity Lacrosse. 

Katherine E Mooney Andover, CT Psychology Choral (Jnion; 
Psi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta; Alpha Phi Omega. 

Maria Eugenia Moreyra Piscataway, NJ Civil Engineering. Delta 
Zeta, Historian; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Christine Francis Morgan Alta Loma, CA. International Business 
Kappa Alpha Theta, Assistant Vice President, Finance. Steward. 

Elizabeth A Morris Bound Brook, NJ. Accounting. Delta Zeta; 
Accounting Club; Dean's List. 

Steven Gary Moskowitz Parsippany, NJ Computer Science. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; WLVR, Disc Jockey. 

Michael Cary Moss Rego Park, NY. Psychology. Interfraternity 
Council, President; Delta Phi, Social Chairman; Varsity Swim 
Team, Diver; Psi Chi; Order of Omega. 

Roger A Moss Hillsdale, NJ. Finance & Computer Science. 
Investment Club; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Treasurer, Pledge Master, 
Steward; Interfraternity Council, Scholarship Committee; Hillel. 

Nathalene Mott Newark, NJ. Marketing. Marching Band; Black 
Student tinion. Secretary; Lehigh University Trustee Scholar- 
ship. 

Marlene M Motyka Acton, MA. Mechanical Engineering. Society 
of Women Engineers; American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers; 526 Montclair Avenue. 

Masdi Muhammad Kelantan, Malaysia. Mechanical Engineering. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; International Club. 

Erin Mullan Baltimore, MD. International Relations Student Ac- 
tivities Council; Brown & White; Study Abroad Committee; Al- 
pha Chi Omega, Founding Sister. 

Mary G Muilusky Yorktown Heights, NY. Civil Engineering. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Jay Stewart Mumford Rochester, NY Government Sigma Nu, 
Chaplain; Ski Team, President; College Republicans. 

Matthew F Mummert East Berlin, PA Computer Engineering. 
Lehigh University Computing Society; Lehigh University Cy- 
cling Team, Secretary, Treasurer 

James Patrick Munley Houston, TX Electrical Engineering. 

Theta Chi, Vice President, Pledge Marshal; Tau Beta Pi. 

Brendan Timothy Murphy New Cannan, CT Economics. Crew 
Team 

Emmet Aiden Murphy Cedarhurst. NY. Industrial Engineering. 
LamtxJa Chi Alpha, Vice President; Fraternity Management As- 
sociation, Senior Representative; Lehigh University Rugby Club. 

Matthew H Murphy New Vernon. NJ. Civil Engineering. Delta 
Phi. Steward, Vice President; Army ROTC; Interfraternity Judi- 
ciary Committee; Ice Hockey Club. 

Michelle Ann Murphy Southampton. PA. International Careers. 
French minor. Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. Historian. 
Collegiate Rush Information Chairperson; Dance Club. 

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Stephen S Nazarian 



Steffran Neff 



Jennifer Neiman 



Russell Cavin Nel 



Michael Jay Nelson 




/rie. Kim Capinski, and her talking shoulder. 



Nga Thi Nguyen 



Marion Hadley Nichols 



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Myers-Nowalk 




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Michael E Nichols 



John Richard Noble 



Jennifer L Noll 




Timothy D Nolt 



Christopher Matthew Nolle 



Nerissa Nonato 




Stephen David Nordahl 



Parker Normann 



Merrill Norton 




Michael V Noto 



Kevin John Novak 



Tricia Nowalk 



Douglas J Myers White Plains. NY Civil Engineering. 

Bernard James Nalesnik Palmertovun. PA. Government. 

Daria Linden Nasr Summit, NJ. Marketing. Alpha Chi Omega. 
Founding Sister; Marketing Club; American Marketing Associa- 
tion. 

Gregory T A Nathan White Plains. NY. Marketing. 

Gregg Navlns New City. NY. Mechanical Engineering. Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Vice President. House Wiseman. House Detective. 

Stephen S Nazarian Penfield, NY. English & Theatre Gryphon: 
Mustard & Cheese Drama Society. Vice President; Cultural Af- 
fairs Committee; Williams Prize in Acting, 

Steffran Neff Natalie. PA. Chemical Engineering. American Insti- 
tute of Chemical Engineers, Vice President; Society of Women 
Engineers; Lehigh Big Sister. 

Jennifer Neiman Northampton, MA. Journalism. English minor. 
Brown & White. Art & Leisure Editor; Amaranth; Mustard o 
Cheese Drama Society; Sigma Tau Delta; Dean's List. 

Russell Gavin Nel Johannesburg. South Africa. Chemical Engi- 
neering Applied Mathematics minor South African Youth Orga- 
nization; Progressive Student Alliance; East Asian Society. 

Michael Jay Nelson Kingston. PA Behavioral Neuroscience. 
Sigma Alpha Mu; Brown & White. Writer; Biology Club; Psi Chi. 

Patrick Glenn Nestler Hopewell Junction. NY. Civil Engineering. 

Alpha Sigma Phi. Treasurer. Steward; Interfraternity Council, 
Housing Committee; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Robert Neville Greenwich. CT. Government. Theatre minor. 
"The Bacchae", Dionysus. 

Nga Thi Nguyen Lancaster. PA Finance & Management French 
minor Alpha Gamma Delta. Corresponding Secretary; Alpha Phi 
Omega. Vice President Membership; Dining Committee. 

Marion Hadley Nichols New Canaan, CT International Careers. 
Gamma Phi Beta, Vice President. Standards Chairman. 

Michael E Nichols Newtown Square. PA. Accounting. 

John Richard Noble Milan. Italy. Psychology. Advertising minor. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Jennifer L Noll Harrisburg, PA. Chemical Engineering. 

Timothy D Nolt Lancaster. PA. Mechanical Engineering Presi- 
dent Freshman Dorm; Kappa Sigma. Treasurer. Vice President. 

Christopher Matthew Nolle Bridgewater, NJ. International Ca- 
reers International Careers Club. 

Nerissa Nonato Bloomfield. NJ. Finance. Public Relations. Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta. Standards. Activities Chairman; Public Rela- 
tions Student Society of America. Treasurer; Peer Counselor. 

Stephen David Nordahl Elmhurst, IL. Economics. Phi Delta 
Theta. Rush Chairman. Vice President; Economics Society; Pre- 
Law Society; Junior Interfraternity Council; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Parker Normann Bedford. NY. Marketing. Vaisity Tennis. 

Merrill Norton Hingham. MA. Finance. Alpha Omicron Pi. Assis- 
tant Pledge Educator. Treasurer; Sailing Club. 

Michael V Noto Pittsburgh, PA. Electrical Engineering. Tau Beta 
Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Kevin John Novak Sudbury, MA. Civil Engineering. Zeta Psi; 
American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Tricia Nowalk Pt. Pleasant. NJ. English. Government minor. 
Alpha Omicron Pi. House Manager. Historian; Panhellenic Rush 
Counselor; English Club; Dean's List. 



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Karen Deane and Wendy Brookes try to get a tan at the farmhouse party. 



Bryan Patrick O'Connell Marie Theresa O'Connor 




John Richard Oden 



Christopher J Odgers 



Michael P O'Hara 



Jennifer Lynn O'Harrah 



Carolyn A Ojalvo 




P.aymond Ojserkis 

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Oli Olafsson 



Kimble Roman Olczak 



Larry Oliver 



Jon E Olsen 



Nowicki-Palmer 




Paul Edward Olsen 



Jeffrey David Olson 



Anthony M Orrico 




Cheryl M Osiecki 



James Ost 



Kevin O'Sullivan 




Benjamin W Outt 



Karen E Overchuk 



Laura Lee Owens 




Murat Ozgu 



John Robert Page 



Daniel J Palmer 



Daniel Allen Nowicki Lewisburg PA Industrial Engineering. 
Rugby Club; Sailing Club; Delta Chi. 

Bryan D O'Connell Pittsburgh. PA Marketing. Phi Gamma Del- 
ta. House Manager, Formal Chairman, Purdue. 

Bryan Patrick O'Connell Reading, MA. Electrical Engineering. 
Aerospace Studies minor Phi Kappa Theta, Executive Secre- 
tary; Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society. Comptroller. 

Marie Theresa O'Connor Cresskill, MJ. Government & English. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

John Richard Oden Morristown, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. 

Sigma Phi, Secretary, Rush Chairman. 

Christopher J Odgers Beach Haven Terrace. MJ. Industrial Engi 
neering. Theta Delta Chi. 

Michael P O'Hara Springfield, PA. Electrical Engineering. Bas- 
ketball. 

Jennifer Lynn O'Harrah Ewing, NJ Biology. Lehigh Big Sister; 
Residence Halls Council Student Advisory Committee. 

Carolyn A Ojalvo Allentown, PA. Architecture. 

Raymond Ojserkis Ventnor, NJ. Economics. History minor. 
Crew Team; Residence Halls Council. 

Oli Olafsson New Canaan, CT. Industrial Engineering. Interfra- 
ternity Council, Vice President Judicial; Industrial Engineering 
Council; Junior Interfraternity Council, Treasurer. 

Kimble Roman Olczak Hatboro, PA. Computer Engineering. Phi 
Sigma Kappa. 

Larry Oliver Bangor, PA. Electrical Engineering. 

Jon E Olsen Canaan, CT Civil Engineering. 

Paul Edward Olsen Medfield. MA. Electrical Engineering Theta 
Chi, Chaplain, Song Leader; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Phi. 

Jeffrey David Olson Winnetka, IL. Mechanical Engineering. Eco- 
nomics minor. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Anthony M Orrico North Arlington. NJ Fundamental Science. 
Varsity Baseball; Phi Gamma Delta; Corresponding Secretary & 
Pledge Educator; Interfraternity Council. 

Cheryl M Osiecki Budd Lake. NJ. Philosophy Law & Legal 
Institutions minor. Lehigh Christian Fellowship; Philosophy 
Club. President; String Orchestra; String Ensemble. 

James Ost Bridgewater. NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Delta Phi, 

Scholarship Chairman, Intramurals Manager. 

Kevin O'Sullivan Allendale, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers; Theta Chi. Intramurals, 
Yard Club. Team America Captain. 

Benjamin W Outt Danville, PA. Mechanical Engineering. British 
Literature minor. Chi Phi. 

Karen E Overchuk Orange, CT. Journalism. Spanish minor. Pre- 
Law Society, Secretary; Brown & White. Sports Staff. Desk 
Editor; Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. 

Laura Lee Owens Ocean Ridge, FL. Psychology. Assistant Hall 
Director; Gryphon Society; Army ROTC; ICARE; Scabbard and 
Blade; Psi Chi; Association of the United States Army. 

Murat Ozgu Bethlehem, PA. Mechanical Engineering. American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers, Social Chairman; Pre-Law So- 
ciety. 

John Robert Page Newark. DE. Management. Computer Sci- 
ence minor. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Lieutenant Master. Social Chair- 
man. Pledge Master; Volleyball Club. 

Daniel J Palmer Philadelphia, PA. Electrical Engineering. Out- 
ing Club; Volleyball Club; Gaming Club; Eta Kappa Nu; Institute 
of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. 



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Terry Paltadakis 



Michael Gennaro Pane 



Danielle Ranis 



John A Papazoglou 



Sam Peter Pappas 




Betty S Parente 



Christopher K Park 



Deborah n Park 



Kris Ann Parkinson 



Stephanie Margaret Parmele 




Kathy Pattaras 



Melissa H Peller 



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Paltadakis-PIoder 




David John Pepe 



Keith John Peraino 



Cordelia W Persen 




Stephen Francis Peta 



Christina Petrillo 



Keith Williann Petzold 




Kenneth D Philipp 



Jennifer Pickard 



Deborah Ann Picone 




Scott Lewis Pieper 



Andrew J Pietrak 



Steven Edward Ploder 



Terry Paltadakis Bethlehem, PA. Computer Engineering. 

Michael Gennaro Pane Paramus, ISJ. Accounting. Communica- 
tions minor Beta Theta Pi, President, Treasurer. 

Danielle Panis West Long Branch, MJ Marketing. Religion mi- 
nor Alpha Phi; Marketing Club; Ski Club; Hillel. 

John A Papazoglou North Brunswick, NJ. Management. Psy- 
chology minor Brown & White, Art Director, Cartoonist. 

Sam Peter Pappas Old Bridge, NJ. Biology. Biology Club, Vice 
President; Pre Health Society; Dean's List. 

Betty S Parente Bethlehem, PA. Electrical Engineering. Institute 
of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Mewman Association. 

Christopher K Park Easton, CT. Neuro Science. 

Deborah M Park Bedminster, NJ. Marketing. Psychology minor. 
Marketing Club, President; Junior Year Abroad, Scotland; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Dean's List; Alcoa Marketing Scholar. 

Kris Ann Parkinson Haddonfield, NJ. International Business. 
Spanish minor. Student Senate Senator; Student Activities 
Council; Forum, Publicity Chairperson; Marketing Club. 

Stephanie Margaret Parmele New Canaan, CT. Marketing En- 
glish minor Alpha Phi Omega; Marketing Club; College Republi- 
cans; Residence Halls Council. 

Christine R Parrillo Ridgewood, NJ. Accounting. Delta Gamma, 
President, Vice President; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Karen Michelle Pasquale West Hartford, CT Classics Interna- 
tional Relations minor. Alpha Omicron Pi, Philanthropy Chair- 
person, Chapter Relations Chairperson; Senior Representative. 

Kathy Pattaras Port Washington, NY. Psychology. Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta 

Melissa H Peller Oakland, NJ. English. 

David John Pepe West Pittston, PA. Electrical Engineering. 
Delta Tau Delta; ICARE; UPBEAT; Tau Beta Pi. 

Keith John Peraino Staten Island, NY Government. Internation- 
al Relations minor. Varsity Baseball; WLVR, Disc Jockey; Black 
Student Union; Philosophy Club; Pre-Law Society. 

Cordelia W Persen Riverside. CT. International Relations Envi- 
ronment Group; Big Brother/Big Sister; Progressive Students 
Alliance. 

Stephen Francis Peta Drexel Hill, PA Electrical Engineering. 

Christina Petrillo Chappaqua, NY. Marketing. English minor. 
Alpha Phi; Brown & White. 

Keith William Petzold Farmingdale, NY. Economics. Football; 
Brown & White. 

Kenneth D Philipp Woodstock, NY. Industrial Engineering. 

Jennifer Pickard Archbald, PA. Accounting & Management. 
Swimming; Alpha Omicron Pi; Brown & White; Rush Counselor: 
Business Honor Society; Phi Eta Sigma: Dean's List. 

Deborah Ann Picone Lynbrook, NY. Psychology Theatre minor. 
Senior Class Gift Campaign, Solicitations Chairman; Mustard & 
Cheese Drama Society: New Student Orientation Staff. 

Scott Lewis Pieper Tampa. FL. Government Speech minor. Chi 
Phi, Social Chairman; Golf Team; Interfraternity Judicial Com- 
mittee. 

Andrew J Pietrak Boca Raton, FL. Economics. Marketing Club: 
PreLaw Society; Debate Team. 

Steven Edward Ploder Wilton. CT. Accounting. International 
Relations minor. Senior Class Treasurer; Crew; Lambda Chi 
Alpha; Accounting Club. 



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Lori Weinstock. Jennifer Frascona. Sandra Stelling, Lynne Craig, Jennifer Hoover, and Christine Weinrich 



Julie Popel 



Stephen C Porter 




Susan J Postell 



Angel Renee Potter 



Sean Lee Power 



David Prebut 



Amy Elizabeth Pricer 




Jonathan Proctor 

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Michael E Prokesch 



Maria A Protomastro 



Jennifer Rachael Provda 



David J Providenti 



Poblete-Rayne 




Karen Elizabeth Pupke 



William Purdy 



Jennifer L Putsis 




Yardena Raban 



Carlos A Rabat 



Steven Ragland 




Lawrence Christopher Raia Sunil Narayan Ramchandran 



Wendy L Rand 




Stuart W Rankin 



l*\ichel George Rau 



Christine Marie Pascual Poblete St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. 
Molecular Biology. Alpha Gamma Delta, Recording Secretary. 

Nicole Polsky Fort Lee. NJ. Economics. Delta Gamma; Invest 
ment Club. 

Julie Popel Columbia, MD Economics. French minor. 

Stephen C Porter Woodinville. WA. Chemical Engineering. 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; Dean's 
List. 

Susan J Postell Plymouth, Ml. Mechanical Engineering. Alpha 
Chi Omega, Founding Sister, Vice President, Intramurals. 

Angel Renee Potter Camden, NJ. Accounting. Association of 
Minority Business Students. Co-Founder, President; Peer Coun- 
selor; Investment Club; Softball. 

Sean Lee Power New Hope, PA. Electrical Engineering. Phi 
Kappa Theta. Pledge Master, Alumni Secretary; Residence Halls 
Council, Hall President. 

David Prebut Marlboro, NJ. Accounting. Sigma Alpha Mu, Ex- 
chequer; Student Activities Council, Concerts Chairman; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa. 

Amy Elizabeth Pricer Burlington, VT. Management. Gryphon 
Society; Mustard & Cheese Drama Society. 

Jonathan Proctor Trumbull, CT. Computer Science, tlltimate 
Frisbee, President, Treasurer, Captain 

Michael E Prokesch East Hampton, CT. Mechanical Engineer 

ing. 

Maria A Protomastro Bloomfield, NJ. Behavioral Neuroscience. 

Jennifer Rachael Provda Edison, NJ. Journalism Brown & 
White, News Editor. 

David J Providenti Port Washington, NY. Finance. Theta Xi. 

Karen Elizabeth Pupke Garden City, NY. English. Psychology 
minor. Alpha Omicron Pi; Panhellenic Director of Rush; Order of 
Omega. 

William Purdy New Fairfield, CT. Architecture 

Jennifer L Putsis Roslyn Height, NY. English. 

Yardena Raban Bethlehem, PA. Economics. International Rela 
tions & German minors. German House, President; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Omicron Delta Epsilon. 

Carlos A Rabat Panama City, Panama. Marketing. Finance. 
Delta Tau Delta; ICARE; Interfraternity Council, Faculty Rela 
tions; Freshman Orientation Staff: Lambda Mu Sigma. 

Steven Ragland Lexington, KY. Progressive Student Alliance. 
Co-Chair. Amnesty International. Campus Representative; Presi- 
dent's Commission on Women; Visiting Lecturer's Committee. 

Lawrence Christopher Raia Saddle River, NJ. Civil Engineering. 
Delta Phi, House Manager; Interfraternity Council Housing Com- 
mittee, Chairman; Order of Omega. 

Sunil Narayan Ramchandran Monroeville, PA. Management. Phi 
Sigma Kappa, Sentinel, Rush Chairman. 

Wendy L Rand Bernardsville, NJ. Finance Classics minor. Sec- 
retary, Ski Team; Marketing Club; Investment Club: Sailing 
Club: Ski Club; Finance Club; Dean's List. 

Stuart W Rankin Green Brook, NJ. Civil Engineering. American 
Society of Civil Engineers, Officer; Model Railroad Club; Ice 
Hockey Club; Outing Club. 

Michel George Rau Warren, PA. Economics. Delta Chi, Alumni 
Secretary, Philanthropy Chairman. 

Margaret Allna Rayne Huntington Bay. NY, Psychology. Reli- 
gion minor. Hogar Crea Tutoring Program; Best Buddies: Dean's 
List. 



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Whitney Rearick 



Scott Jerome Redington 



William E Reeder 



William Joseph Reilly 



Jennifer L Reller 



l^^ichael Sean Reph 



Ronald Joseph Reybitz 



Gregg Alan Riccio 



Sharon Reitz 




Tammy B Rich 




-'^ilb and Jen Held love Perkins. 



Eileen Riehman 



Elizabeth Rigney 



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Rearick-Rodriguez 




Michael L Rios 



Peter Ripp 



Michael Lyie Ritze 




Suzanne Rivers 



Barrie L Robbins 



Stephen Paul Robins 




David C Robinson 



Craig Robson 



Lee-Thomas Roccanova 




Andrew Rockman 



Jeffrey H Roddin 



David Enrique Rodriguez 



Whitney Rearick Nashua. NH. Biology. GREEN; Forum; Senate: 
Orchestra; International Club; Epitome. 

Scott Jerome Redington Martinsville, NJ. Economics & Interna 
tional Careers Zeta Psi; Lacrosse Team. Captain. 

William E Reeder Bridgewater. NJ. Computer Engineering. Insti 
tule of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Association for Com- 
puting Machinery; Soccer Club; Sailing Club. 

William Joseph Reilly Cherry Hill. NJ. Electrical Engineering. 
WLVR. Disc Jockey. 

Sharon Reitz Elmu/ood Park, IL. Psychology. Varsity Swimming, 

Captain 

Jennifer L Reller Yardley. PA. Mathematics. Economics minor. 
Alpha Phi Omega. Secretary; Benefit for the Homeless; Econom 
ics Society; Women in Business; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List 

Michael Sean Reph New Britain, PA Computer Science. Varsity 
Swimming & Diving; International House, President; Internation- 
al Club; Cultural Exchange Committee. 

Ronald Joseph Reybitz Bethlehem. PA Economics. Varsity 
Baseball; Alpha Tau Omega. House Steward; Pre-Law Society; 
Lehigh (JniversHy Athletic Honor Roll; Dean's List. 

Gregg Alan RIccio Bethlehem, PA Industrial Engineering. Alpha 
Sigma Phi. Rush Chairman. Brotherhood Chairman. 

Tammy B Rich Cheshire, CT. Social Relations. Social Relations 

Club. President; Student Activities Council. 

Mark Hancock Richardson Marion. MA Economics. American 

History minor. 

Stephanie Richman Princeton. NJ. Philosophy. Philosophy 
Club; Guitar Ensemble- 
Eileen Riehman Mt Laurel. NJ Behavioral Neuroscience. Resi 
dence Halls Council; Allied Health Professions Society. Co<^hair- 
man; Student Activities Council. Special Events, Secretary. 

Elizabeth Rigney Manhasset, NY. Economics. American Litera- 
ture minor. 

Michael L Rios Englewood, NJ Architecture & Urban Studies. 
Football; Track. American Institute of Architecture Students. 

Peter Ripp New York. NY. Psychology. 

Michael Lyle Ritze Milford. OH Industrial Engineering. Pi Kappa 

Alpha. President. Rush Chairman. Social Chairman. 

Suzanne Rivers Columbia. MD Social Relations Psychology 
minor Equestrian Club. Captain; Epitome. Photographer 

Barrie L Robbins New Rochelle. NY Finance. Progressive Stu 
dent Alliance; Investment Club; Hillel Society. 

Stephen Paul Robins West Caldwell. NJ Finance Sigma Nu, Lt. 
Commander. Intramural Sp>orts Captain; Brown & White. 

David C Robinson Wilton. CT Business. 

Craig Robson Amawalk. NY. Industrial Engineering. Alpha Tau 
Omega; Institute of Industrial Engineers, Vice President. 

Lee-Thomas Roccanova North Massapequa. NY Electrical Engi- 
neering Delta Tau Delta, Vice President; ICARE; Student 
Orientation. 

Andrew Rockman Westfield. NJ Urban Studies. American Liter- 
ature minor WLVR. Assistant General Manager 

Jeffrey H Roddin Woodhaven, Ml. Mechanical Engineering Var- 
sity Swimming. Most Valuable Swimmer; Mechanical Er>gineers 
/Mechanics Student Faculty Council; Gryphon Society. 

David Enrique Rodriguez Elizabeth, NJ. Computer Engineering. 
Student Alliance of Latin and South Americans. President. 



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Jennifer Sajda, Cindy Wolff. Jody Leonard, and Debbie Schwaruberg ioving the Scnjor Send Off 



Michael J Rogers 



Oria Mary Rooney 




Marcy Roth 

354 Seniors 



Peter Ruggiero 



Thomas J Runco 



Peter W Rush 



Therese Russell 



Roe-Sanders 




Deborah Ann Russo 



James Patrick Ryan 



Allison B Ryba 




Theodore Michael Sabarese 



Kala St. Pierre 



Jennifer Sajda 




Sevan N Sakayan 



Juliet K Salinardi 



Robert C Sallash 




Scott Todd Salmonson 



Kurt Michael Sand 



Laura Trowbridge Sanders 



Stephen Roe Englishtown. NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Applied 
Mathematics minor. Theta Delta Chi. 

Hathaway Landis Rogers Wayland. MA Cognitive Science. 
Computer Science and Psychology minors Women's Club Soc- 
cer, President; Choral Union, Concert Manager 

Michael J Rogers West Reading, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
Society of Automotive Engineers; American Society of Mechani 
cal Engineers; Society of Manufacturing Engineers; Intramurals. 

Oria Mary Rooney Hamden, CT Behavioral Neuroscience. Le 
high (Jniversity Volunteers, President; ICARE. 

Jody Afeni Rose New York, NY Economics. English & Social 
Psychology minors. Minority Programming Chairperson; Associ- 
ation of Minority Business Students, Black Student Union 

Lisa P Rose Randolph, NJ. English. Classic minor. Amaranth. 
Editor in Chief; Student Ambassador; Kappa Alpha Theta 

David Murray Rosen Fairfield, NJ. Economics. Chi Psi. Vice 
President; Varsity Football, All Patriot League. 

Jonathan C Ross Ridgefield, CT Marketing, 

Christopher Andrew Rossi Maywood. NJ Finance. Law minor. 
Dean's List. 

Marcy Roth Morristown. ISJ. International Careers. Spanish mi- 
nor Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister, Pledge Educator 

Peter Ruggiero Hingham, MA. Civil Engineering. Delta Phi, Rush 

Chairman; Chi Epsilon. 

Thomas J Runco Pittsburgh, PA Mechanical Engineering. Psy- 
chology minor, Sigma Nu, Steward; American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, 

Peter W Rush Pittsburgh, PA. Government. Philosophy minor. 

Progressive Student Alliance. 

Therese Russell Greenlawn. NY English Computer Science 
minor. Kappa Alpha Theta, Archivist; Brown & White; UPBEAT 

Deborah Ann Russo Fanwood, NJ Social Relations. Geology 
minor. Delta Gamma; Benefit for the Homeless Committee; Le- 
high University Volunteers; Volunteer at New Bethany Ministry 

James Patrick Ryan Woodcliff Lake, NJ, Mechanical Engineer 
ing. Economics minor Delta Sigma Phi, Vice President 

Allison B Ryba Armonk. NY Psychology 

Theodore Michael Sabarese Colts Neck, NJ English Govern 
ment minor. Alpha Tau Omega, Treasurer, President 

Kala St. Pierre Weymouth, MA. Accounting, French minor. 
Accounting Club. Publicity Co-Chairman; Student Activities 
Council, Publicity; Dance Club, Vice President; French Club 

Jennifer Sajda Commack, NY. Accounting, Alpha Gamma Del 
ta. Rush Chairman, Panhel Delegate; Accounting Club 

Sevan N Sakayan Short Hills, NJ Government. 

Juliet M Salinardi Hobraken. NJ. Biology. Chemistry minor. 
STAR Tutor; Challenge for Success, Tutor; Biology Club. 

Robert C Sallash Bethlehem, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Intra- 
mural Basketball 

Scott Todd Salmonson Port Jefferson, NY Accounting. Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha, Secretary, Scholarship Chairman; Tae Kwon Do 

Kurt Michael Sand Oakdale. NY Computer Engineering. Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Laura Trowbridge Sanders Newington. CT. Accounting Alpha 
Omicron Pi. Alumnae Relations Chairperson; Investment Club 



Senior Portraits 355 




Patricia L Sarkees 



Rachel Ann Sarkisian 



Harikaran Sathianathan 



Louis J Savastani 



Gregory John Scallan 



Rachel Schacht 



llene Allison Scheinman 



Craig Robert Scheir 



Caryn T Sawyer 




Frederick P Scheler 




:|5 asks "Where's Maginnes? 



Elizabeth Schnepp 



Ann Schonwetter 



356 Seniors 



Sarkees-Scott 




Heather Schorr 



James M Schray 



Rex R Schultz 




Christopher R Schwab Andrew Frenchman Schwartz 



Debra A Schwartz 




H Matthew Schwartz 



Lisa Schwartz 



Debra Ann Schwartzberg 




Michael Kenneth Schwefler 



John Raymond Scott Jr. 



Patricia L Sarkees Media. PA Accounting. Psychology minor. 
Accounting Club; Gymnastics Club; Chi Phi, Little Sister. 

Rachel Ann Sarkisian Binghamton. MY. Art. 

Harikaran Sathianathan Ceylon, Sri Lanka Electrical Engineer 
ing. Challenge for Success, Tutor; Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; Association for Computing Machinery. 

Louis J Savastani Aston, PA Computer Engineering. Music 
minor. Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice Chancellor. 

Caryn T Sawyer Woodbury, NY Psychology. 

Gregory John Scallan Flemington. NJ. Electrical Engineering. 

Rachel Schacht Highland Park, IL Accelerated BA MD Program. 
Health Professions Advisory Committee; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Ilene Allison Scheinman Greensboro, NC Management & Mar 
keting. Psychology minor. Lehigh Big Sister; Twilight. 

Craig Robert Scheir Baltimore. MD. Electrical Engineering Le- 
high Christian Fellowship; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi. 

Frederick P Scheler Erie, PA Accounting, Delta Sigma Phi; 
Investment Club; Sailing Club. 

Richard Schiffman Woodside, NY Industrial Engineering. 
Dean's List. 

Mark Antony Schlosser Telford, PA Finance & Management 
Investment Club; Financial Management Association Honor So- 
ciety; Deans List; Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. 

Elizabeth Schnepp Pennsauken, NJ Accounting Gamma Phi 
Beta, Scholarship Chairman; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Ann Schonwetter Livingston, NJ. Accounting. Delta Gamma, 
Treasurer; Accounting Club; Lehigh University Volunteer; Alum 
ni Fund; Marketing Club; Beta Alpha Psi; Deans List. 

Heather Schorr Mendham, NJ, Psychology. Sociology & Jewish 
Studies minors. Chi Phi Little Sister; Varsity Band; Wind Ensem 
ble; Best Buddies; Lehigh University Volunteers; Psi Chi. 

James M Schray Bethlehem, PA Applied Science & Civil Engi 
neering. Philosophy minor. Gryphon Society, Delta Sigma Phi; 
Chi Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Rex R Schultz Fairfax, VA, Chemical Engineering. Military Sci- 
ence minor. ROTC; Association of the United States Army, 
President; Society of American Military Engineers, President. 

Christopher R Schwab Civil Engineering Psychology minor 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Navigators, President; Lacrosse Club, Coach. 

Andrew Frenchman Schwartz Rye, NY Finance Theta Xi, Presi- 
dent; Marketing Club; Investment Club. 

Debra A Schwartz New Rochelle, NY. Psychology Alpha Chi 
Omega, Founding Sister. 

H Matthew Schwartz Whitehouse Station. NJ. Economics. Al 

pha Chi Rho, Assistant Rush Chairman, House Manager. 

Lisa Schwartz Atlanta, GA. Finance International Relations mi- 
nor Tour Guide; Investment Club; Women Involved in Student 
Education, Big Sister; Study Abroad Advisory Committee. 

Debra Ann Schwartzberg Staten Island, NY Psychology. Ameri 
can Literature minor. Alpha Gamma Delta, Steward; Student 
Activities Council; Panhel Representative; Dean's List- 
Michael Kenneth Schwefler Boxford, MA. Computer Engineer- 
ing Aerospace Studies minor Air Force ROTC. 

Vicki Ann Sciorra Wayne, NJ Biochemistry Alpha Chi Omega, 
Founding Sister, Steward, Scholarship Chairman. 

John Raymond Scott Jr. Woodbury, NJ Physics. Astronomy 
minor Marching 97, Freshmen Manager; Pep Band, President; 
Wind Ensemble. 

Senior Portraits 357 




Wendy Bronfin. Lisa Eacott, Heather Beezer, Wendy Hoff. and Hilary Strom 



Clifford Seltzer 



Tricia Renee Serio 



George E Sermier 



Alfred Duncan Sette 



Amy L Shaffer 



David Gray Sensenich 




Meredith Eileen Shannon 




naneniie Shapiro 

358 Seniors 



Marianne T Shaver 



Mark Jeffrey Shearer 



Philip Edward Sheehy 



Van C Shell 



Segovia-Sjoberg 




Daniel A Shelly 



Katherine Shin 



Mayank Shyam 



Michael A Shenoy 



Brian A Sherer 




Paul Joseph Sholette 



Kathryn Shrawder 




Jenniffer Lynn Siemaszko 



Amy Rose Silver 



Danielle L Silverman 




Robert Simon 



Jon Gorman Sjoberg 



Mauricio Segovia Bogota. Colombia. Economics. Psychology 

minor. Delta Tau Delta, Steward; Dean's List. 

Joe Sellwood Palm Beach. FL Economics & Journalism. Brown 
& White; Economics Club. 

Clifford Seltzer Roslyn Heights, IHY. Accounting. Student Activi- 
ties Council. Special Events Chair. Springfest Chair; Brown & 
White. Business Manager; Sigma Alpha Mu. House Manager 

David Gray Sensenich Upper St Clair. PA Accounting, Sigma 
Phi. Interfraternity Community Relations. 

Tricia Renee Serio Belleville. NJ. Molecular Biology Gryphon 
Society; SOS hotline; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 

George E Sermier Schenectady. fSY English Biology & History 
minors. Tae Kwon Do. President. 

Alfred Duncan Sette Rochester. MY. Electrical Engineering. Phi 
Delta Theta. Awards Chairman; Institute of Electrical and Elec 
tronic Engineers; Rugby Club. 

Amy L Shaffer Springfield. PA. Accounting. Kappa Alpha The- 
ta, Vice President Finance, Vice President Pledge Education. 

Meredith Eileen Shannon Millheim. PA Journalism French & 
Science Writing minors. Brown & White; Wind Ensemble. 

Adrienne Shapiro New City. NY International Relations Psy- 
chology minor. Delta Gamma. Publicity Chair. Panhel Delegate- 
Marianne T Shaver Stone Mountain. GA. Accounting. Classical 
Civilization. Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister, Activities Chair- 
man. Recording Secretary; Young Republicans; Dean's List. 

Mark Jeffrey Shearer Etters, PA. Mechanical Engineering. Eco- 
nomics minor. Choral CJnion. Stage Manager; Intramurals; Amer- 
ican Society of Mechanical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi. 

Philip Edward Sheehy New Canaan. CT. Marketing. Delta Sigma 

Phi. Sergeant At Arms; Street Hockey Club. Treasurer. 

Van C Shell Bethlehem. PA Urban Studies & Government. 
Alpha Tau Omega; Football; Baseball. 

Daniel A Shelly Mechanicsburg, PA. Biology. Biology Club. 
President. Founder; Student Ambassador; Volleyball Club 

Michael A Shenoy Rahway. NJ Electrical Engineering German 
minor. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. 

Brian A Sherer Cedarhurst. NY Biochemistry. Chemistry Club; 
Greater Bethlehem Soccer League. Coach and Instructor. 

Katherine Shin Lima. OH. Pre-Med Sciences String Orchestra; 
Korean Students Club. Secretary; Brown & White; Tae Kwon Do. 

Paul Joseph Sholette Warminster, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
Phi Kappa Psi. President. Vice President; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; Residence Halls Council; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Kathryn Shrawder Evanston. IL. Civil Engineering American 
Society of Civil Engineers. 

Mayank Shyam New Delhi. India Civil Engineering. Badminton; 
Tae Kwon Do. 

Jenniffer Lynn Siemaszko Spring Lake Heights. NJ. Account 

ing Basketball; Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister. 

Amy Rose Silver Newhall. CA Government & Journalism Al- 
pha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. Rush Counselor; Brown & 
White. Editorial Page Editor. Desk Editor. News Staff; ICARE. 

Danielle L Silverman Weston. CT Finance. 

Robert Simon Forest Hills. NY Industrial Engineering. Society 
of Manufacturing Engineers. Activities Chair. Second Vice 
Chair; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Eagle Japan Program. 

Jon Gorman Sjoberg Bloomfield Hills. Ml Computer Engineer- 
ing. Psychology minor. Phi Sigma Kappa. 



Senior Portraits 359 




Vlvon Falchuk. Jonathan Coldstetn. Tim Freni and Scolt Emerman. 



Elizabeth Sondey 



Peter Vincent Sorge 



360 Seniors 



Skalski-Stanley 




Mindy Anne Sovel 



Sterling William Spatz 



Steven J Spector 




Mark Edward Spicka 



Thomas Spiegel 



John F Sponza 




Douglas D Spratley 



Pamela Sprayregen 



William R Stade 




Tracy K Stage 



Lori Susan Slahl 



John Charles Stanley Jr. 



Michael J SkalskI Baltimore. MD Management Soccer. Presi- 
dent, Zeta Psi, Secretary, 

Susan E Skinner Cherry Hill. MJ Industrial Engineering. Society 
of Women Engineers; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Chi Phi 
Little Sister; Lehigh Big Sister, 

Peter Joseph Smerecki Norristown, PA. Marketing. Football; 
Delta Upsilon, 

Thomas John Smialowicz Point Pleasant. NJ Industrial Engi- 
neering, Society of Mechanical Engineers. Vice President; Varsi- 
ty Soccer; Theta Xi. House Manager, Secretary. 

Glenn C Smith East Windsor, hj Civil Engineering. 

Margaret Elizabeth Smith Tuckertown. NJ International Ca- 
reers, Social Relations minor. Progressive Student Alliance; Epit- 
ome. Living Editor; Chi Delphia; Intramurals; Amaranth; Lehigh 
Big Sister; Alfred T & Claudia M Stanley Scholarship 

Tara Smith Keene. NH Accounting East Asian Studies & Chi 
nese minors Delta Gamma. Assistant Treasurer; Accounting 
Club, 

Victoria Jane Smith Easton. PA. Social Relations. Women's 
Studies minor 

Ellyse Elizabeth Smolenak Nazareth. PA Electrical Engineer- 
ing, Residence Halls Council. Secretary; College Republicans. 

Milton A Snyder IV Bryn Mawr. PA Electrical Engineering. 
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Eta Kappa Nu; 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Stephen M Sock Bensalem. PA, Chemical Engineering. Ameri- 
can Institute of Chemical Engineers; Floor Hockey Club, 

Steven G Solomon White Plains. NY, International Relations. 
investment Club. 

Elizabeth Sondey Summit. NJ International Relations. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. Panhel, Secretary; Tour Guide; Dean's List, 

Peter Vincent Sorge North Caldv^ell, NJ, Economics, Football; 
United States Marine Corps O.C.S.; Pi Lambda Phi; University 
Committee on Discipline, 

Mindy Anne Sovel Radnor. PA Psychology and Behavioral & 

Neural Science 

Sterling William Spatz Gibraltar. PA. Electrical Engineering. 

Tau Epsilon Phi. President. Treasurer; Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; Brown & White; Choral Union, 

Steven J Spector Toms River. NJ. Engineering Physics. Tau 

Beta Pi 

Mark Edward Spicka Mendham. NJ History Pi Lambda Phi. 
Vice President; Lacrosse Club; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Thomas Spiegel Lebanon. NJ, Finance. Delta Phi. 

John F Sponza Wilton. CT, Finance. 

Douglas D Spratley Martinsville. NJ. Finance. Science. Technol 
ogy & Society minor Zeta Psi, Treasurer. Assistant Treasurer: 
Lacrosse Club. Secretary 

Pamela Sprayregen New York. NY. International Relations. En- 
glish minor. Student Activities Council. President. Secretary. 
Publicity Vice Chair; Alpha Phi. Assistant Treasurer; Brown & 
White. Business Staff; Senior Class Gift Committee; Dean's List. 

William R Stade Wallingford. PA. Mechanical Engineering. The^ 
ta Chi. President 

Tracy K Stage Penfield. NY. Biochemistry. American Chemical 
Society. President; Student Ambassador; Alpha Phi Omega. 

Lori Susan Stahl West Orange. NJ. Economics & international 

Careers Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. 

John Charles Stanley Jr. Wyckoff. NJ. Marketing Navigators. 



Senior Portraits 361 




Marcy Roth and Con Mason -Roasting ' 



Mary Beth E Stebelski 



Peter John Stein 




Francis Charles Steitz 



Sandra Lynn Stelling 



Williann D Stewart 



Peter J Stinson 



Lynda Anne Stone 




Christopher C Strange 

362 Seniors 



Robert S Strayer 



Larisa A Streibert 



Kimberly Ann Strohm 



Hilary A Strom 



Starace-Talucci 




Andrea J Strong 



Wendy Strutin 



William M Summer 




W Pate Summers 



Robyn Angela Suriano 



Andrew M Suvalsky 




Frika Ruth Swartzberg 



Christi Sychterz 



Darius Szewczak 




Carol Taffet 



Chris Takayama 



Susan Maria Talucci 



Chris Starace Paramus. NJ. Electrical Engineering. Outing 
Club. President; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. 

Alex Stathopoulos Port Jefferson. NY Electrical Engineering. 
Aerospace Studies minor Delta Sigma Phi. Rush Chairman. 

Mary Beth E Stebelski Bethlehem, PA. Chemical Engineering. 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers: Society of Women 
Engineers; Women Involved in Student Education 

Peter John Stein Summit. NJ. Marketing PI Lambda Phi. Rush 
Chairman. Scholarship Chairman 

Francis Charles Steitz Ambler, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
Economics minor Residence Halls Council, Hall & House Presi 
dent; Gryphon Society. 

Sandra Lynn Stelling Kendall Park, NJ. Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. Soccer; Powderpuff Football; Twilight; Society of Women 
Engineers, Vice President, 

William D Stewart Horseheads, NY. Industrial Engineering. Eco- 
nomics minor. Chi Phi, Treasurer, Secretary; Dean's List. 

Peter J Stinson Doylestown, PA. Computer Engineering. Music 
minor. Choir, Manager: The Overtones; Delta Sigma Phi, Secre- 
tary: WLVR, Disc Jockey: Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. 

Lynda Anne Stone West Hartford, CT. Architecture. Orban Stud 
ies. Alpha Gamma Delta; Gymnastics Club; Dancin', President: 
American Institute of Architectural Students. 

Christopher C Strange Fulton. MO Mechanical Engineering. 

Robert S Strayer West Babylon, NY. Mechanical Engineering. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Automo- 
tive Engineers: Hockey Club, President. 

Larlsa A Streibert West Newton. MA. Marketing & Finance. 
Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister, Panhellenic Representative, 
Public Relations Chair; Epitome, Assistant Photo Editor. 

Kimberly Ann Strohm Clinton. MD Finance. Psychology minor. 

Hilary A Strom Ellington. CT. Marketing. Art minor 

Andrea J Strong Rego Park, NY. International Relations. Eco- 
nomics minor. Pre-Law Society; Amnesty International; Benefit 
for the Homeless Committee; Residence Halls Council. 

Wendy Strutin White Plains, NY. Cognitive Science. Computer 
Science & Psychology minors. 

William M Summer Maplewood. NJ Mechanical Engineering. 

W Pate Summers Selinsgrove, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 
Golf Team; Ultimate Frisbee Club 

Robyn Angela Suriano Pittsburgh. PA. Journalism/Science 
Writing & Biology. Brown & White, Editor; Delta Zeta; Phi Eta 
Sigma 

Andrew M Suvalsky Milwaukee, Wl. Architecture. 

Erika Ruth Swartzberg Oakland. NJ. Marketing Delta Gamma: 
Varsity Cheerleader; Gymnastics Club: Marketing Club. 

Christ! Sychterz Reading. PA. Mechanical Engineering. Basket- 
ball; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Benefit for the 
Homeless; Society of Automotive Engineers; Tau Beta Pi. 

Darius Szewczak Whitehall. PA. Environmental Science & Re- 
source Management. 

Carol Taffet Jamaica Estates, NY. Government Treasurer. Al- 
pha Phi. 

Chris Takayama Allendale, NJ. Mechanical Engineering. Theta 
Chi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Epitome. Photo 
Editor; Phi Tau Sigma. 

Susan Maria Talucci Villanova. PA. Behavioral Neuroscience. 
Volleyball; Lacrosse: Alpha Phi. Steward. 



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William C Tanis 



Lewis Joseph Tanzos III 



Philip Robert Taylor 



Wendy Susan Taylor 



Trilby Jo Tencr 




May-Win twin Thein 



Jeffrey W Thomas 



Joseph Thompson 



Lisa Ann Thompson 



Emily Cook Thornton 




Robert Tiber! 



Amy G Tilton 



364 Seniors 



Tanis-Tryhane 




Joseph M Timpone 



Greg Earl Titus 



Keith W Todd 




Josh Michael Tolchin 



Catherine Frances Tolley Christine A Tomaszewski 




Todd H Tomkinson 



Martin M Toto 



Amy Travis 




Michael John Tritt 



Kim Trupiano 



Andrew N Tryhane 



William C Tanis Mendham, ISJ International Careers. 

Lewis Joseph Tanzos III Lansdale. PA. Electrical Engineering. 

Mountain Under the Stars; Cut & Thrust. 

Philip Robert Taylor Pittsburgh. PA. Computer Engineering. 
Street Hockey Club; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. 

Wendy Susan Taylor Chenango Forks. NY. Behavioral Neurosci 
ence Basketball; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Psi Chi. 

Trilby Jo Tener Laverock. PA. Behavioral Meurosclence. 
French Alpha Omicron Pi. Intramural Manager; Campus Bands. 

May-Win Lwin Thein Hatfield, PA Mechanical Engineering. Ap- 
plied Mathematics minor Residence Halls Council. House Presi- 
dent; Freshman Orientation Planning Committee. 

Jeffrey W Thomas Scituate. MA Industrial Engineering. Insti 
tute of Industrial Engineers. 

Joseph Thompson Athens. PA. Mechanical Engineering. Big 
Brothers/ Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

Lisa Ann Thompson Huntingdon Valley, PA. Psychology & Gov- 
ernment Student Activities Council; Benefit for the Homeless. 

Emily Cook Thornton Mew Canaan, CT. International Careers. 
French minor Gamma Phi Beta. Junior Executive Board; 
French Tutor 

Philip George Thorogood Valencia. Venezuela. International Ca- 
reers & History. Squash Club; Sigma Chi; Phi Alpha Theta. 

William T Thumm Greenlawn, NY. Civil Engineering Ranger 
Challenge State Champs. 

Robert Tiberi East Brunswick, NJ. Civil Engineering. Chi Epsi- 
lon, Treasurer; American Society of Civil Engineers. President; 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Amy G Tilton Wexford. PA. Mechanical Engineering. Art minor. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Women 
Engineers; Delta Zeta. Academics Chairperson. 

Joseph M Timpone Somerville. NJ Material Science & Engi- 
neering. Theta Chi. House Manager; U.S. Bacci Call Team; Stu- 
dent Materials Society. President. 

Greg Earl Titus Tamaqua. PA. Mathematics. Astronomy minor. 
Psi Upsilon. Social Organizer; Air Force ROTC: Varsity Cheer- 
leader; Fastbreak Club; Putnam Math Exam. 

Keith W Todd Baldwin, NY. History 

Josh Michael Tolchin Hartsdale. NY. Economics Government 
minor. Economics Society. Vice President; Intramural Sports, 
Hall Manager; Dean's List. 

Catherine Frances Tolley Chicago, IL. Civil Engineering. Gam 
ma Phi Beta; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Christine A Tomaszewski Rockville Centre. NY. Economics. 
History minor. Soccer; Marketing Club; Economics Society. 

Todd H Tomkinson Norfolk, MA. Engineering Physics Air 
Force ROTC; Society of Physics Students; Tau Beta Pi; Lehigh 
University President's Award; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Martin M Toto Bellmore. NY Finance. 

Amy Travis Hingham. MA. Psychology. 

Michael John Tritt Robbinsville. NJ. Civil Engineering. Delta 
Upsilon. President. Social Chairman. Interfraternity Council Rep 
resentative; Varsity Football. 

Kim Trupiano Staten Island. NY. Finance. Law & Legal Institu 
tions minor. Alpha Phi Omega, President; Residence Hall Presi- 
dent; Track; Women in Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. Little Sister. 

Andrew N Tryhane Ramsey, NJ. Architecture. American Insti- 
tute of Architectural Students. 



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Andrea Wiesel, Lori Harris, Jill Merriam. Dave Kates, and Tim rSolt at the senior send-off 



Elizabeth Turk 



Edward V Twiggar III 




Tracy Glenn Tyler 



Robert Udell 



Sherl B Uliss 



Christian (llisse 



Thomas J (Inderkoffler 




Anthony James Urban 



Paul Francis Valerio 



Richard Vanecek 



Theodore Keith VanHorn Heather Jean VanRiper 



66 Seniors 



Tsang-Wagner 




Rodney Vanryl 



Ravikant V Varanasi 



Jeffrey P Varnerin 




Alanna Rose Verdi 



Sandra L Verish 



Joseph D Vignola 




Joanna Villani 



Mafalda Villani Eric Mueller Vonderheyden 

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Marilyn Vricella 



Lisa Ann Wagner 



Robert James Wagner 



Adrienne S F Tsang Bedford. MA Accounting Journalism mi- 
nor Brown & Wtiite. Chief Desk Editor; Alpha Phi Omega. 

Wendy Lynn Tull Ventnor, NJ International Relations & Russian 
Studies Economics minor. Dimension; Russian Club, President; 
Mountain Onder the Stars. Secretary, Minister of Arts & Science. 

Elizabeth Turk Henderson, NV Economics. History minor. 
Brown & White, Mews Writer, Assistant Arts & Leisure Editor. 
Desk Editor; Epitome. Sales Manager. 

Edward V Twiggar III Shamokin. PA. Mechanical Engineering. 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Cross-Country Ski- 
ing; Hiking. 

Tracy Glenn Tyler Pennington. HJ. Social Relations. Dean's List. 

Robert Udell Huntington Station. MY. Accounting. Actuarial 
Science minor Varsity Golf; Accounting Club. Secretary. Ad- 
ministrator; Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 

Sheri B CJliss Norwood. MA. Social Relations. Psychology minor. 
Alpha Omicron Pi. Recording Secretary; Research Assistant. 

Christian (Jlisse Milford. CT. Electrical Engineering. Psi (Jpsilon; 
Fastbreak Club; Badminton; Institute of Electrical & Electronic 
Engineers. 

Thomas J tlnderkoffler Sellersville. PA. Management. Sigma 
Mu; Destructors Club- 
Anthony James Urban Ashland. PA Finance. 

Paul Francis Valeric Morristown. MJ. Mechanical Engineering. 

Psi (Jpsilon, Corresponding Secretary. Steward; Choir; Mewman 
Association; Fastbreak Club; Deans List; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Richard Vanecek Scarsdale. NY. Finance. Track & Field 

Theodore Keith VanHorn Silver Spring, MD Mechanical Engi 
neering. Science Writing minor. Society of Automotive Engi- 
neers; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Heather Jean VanRiper Chatham. NJ. Mechanical Engineering. 

Society of Automotive Engineers; Society of Women Engineers. 

Rodney Vanzyl Fairfax. VA. Mechanical Engineering. Rugby 
Club. Captain. 

Ravikant V Varanasi Wappingers Falls. MY. Premedicai Sci- 
ence. Intramural Table Tennis. Badminton; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Dean's List. 

Jeffrey P Varnerin Watchung, MJ Biology Biology Club. 

Alanna Rose Verdi Little Ferry, MJ. Accounting. Government 
minor. Marching 97, Staff Assistant; Concert Band; Chi Delphia; 
Dimension Guard, President, Secretary; Hillel. 

Sandra L Verish Milford, NJ. Materials Science and Engineering. 

Residence Halls Council. Vice President for Programming. 

Joseph D Vignola Mew Hyde Park. MY. Computer Engineering. 
Delta Sigma Phi. Founding Father. 

Joanna Villani Bethlehem. PA. Finance. Psychology minor. In- 
vestment Club. Publicity Director; Women in Business. 

Mafalda Villani Bethlehem, PA. Finance. Law & Legislation mi- 
nor Pre-Law Society; Women in Business: Investments Club. 

Eric Mueller Vonderheyden Greenwich. CT. Marketing. Market- 
ing Club; Squash Club, President, Captain: Rugby Club; Sigma 
Chi. 

Marilyn Vricella Totowa Boro. NJ. Statistics & Fundamental 
Science Delta Zeta. Activities Chair; Varsity Cross Country. 

Lisa Ann Wagner Huntington Bay, MY. International Business. 
French minor. Junior Class President; Student Senate, Secre- 
tary; Alpha Chi Omega. Founding Sister. 

Robert James Wagner Morristown. PA. Electrical Engineering. 
Music minor. Wind Ensemble, President, Manager. 

Senior Portraits 367 




William E Wagner III 



Jill Caryn Wasserman 



Robert F Waite Jr. 



Bernard L Waldrup 



Monica Lee Wall 



Lee Waxenberg 



Nils Derek Wayman 



Kurt Wayne 




Otto E Weber Jr. 



1.1 Skinny" McKinney says "Yo. Holmesl" 



Susan L Walsh 




Christine Weber 




Michael Joseph Weckler 




Richard R Weerts 



David E Weiner 



368 Seniors 



Wagner-White 




Christine E Weinrich 



Lori A Welnstock 



Roger M Weinstock 




Joshua B Weintraub 



Stacy Lynn Weisberg 



Jon P Wells 




Margaret Ann Welsh 



Michael D Westlein 



Robert G Westover 




Regina Mary Whealan 



Thomas Wheeler 



David P White 



William E Wagner III Basking Ridge, NJ. Electrical Engineering. 
Lehigh Christian Fellowship, Bible Study Leader. 

Robert F Waite Jr. Mt. Laurel, NJ. Electrical Engineering. Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Scribie; Interfraternity Council; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu. 

Bernard L Waldrup New York, NY. Industrial Engineering. Alpha 

Chi Rho, President. 

Monica Lee Wall Whitehall. PA. Civil Engineering. Varsity Soft- 
ball; Society of Women Engineers; American Society of Civil 
Engineers. 

Susan L Walsh Brooklyn, NY. English. Delta Zeta, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Gryphon Society; English Club; Dean's List; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau Delta. 

Jill Caryn Wasserman Livingston, NJ. International Careers. 
Spanish minor. Alpha Phi; International Careers Club. 

Lee Waxenberg Suffern, NY. Accounting. 

Nils Derek Wayman Pleasantville, NY Electrical Engineering. 
Sigma Phi Society, Scholarship Chairman, Pledge, Rush, & So- 
cial Committees. 

Kurt Wayne Fairfield, CT. Architecture. Delta Tau Delta, Presi- 
dent; American Institute of Architectural Students 

Christine Weber Waldwick, NJ. International Careers. Crew. 

Otto E Weber Jr. Allentown, PA. Mechanical Engineering Amer- 
ican Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Michael Joseph Weckler Andover. NJ. Civil Engineering. Psy- 
chology minor. American Society of Civil Engineers; Chi 
Epsilon. 

Richard R Weerts Cape Haze, PL Accounting. Computer Sci- 
ence minor. Senior Class Gift Campaign. Investments Chairman; 
Challenge for Success Tutor; Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List. 

David E Weiner Holliswood, NY. Finance. Theta Delta Chi. 

Christine E Weinrich Paramus, NJ. Psychology. Alpha Chi Ome 
ga. Founding Sister; Lehigh Phobia Program; Lehigh Big Sister. 

Lori A Weinstock St. Louis, MO. Philosophy. Biology minor. 
Twilight. President; Council of Student Presidents; Lehigh 1 25th 
Anniversary Committee; Dining Committee. 

Roger M Weinstock Elkins Park, PA Mechanical Engineering. 

Joshua B Weintraub Southampton, PA. Economics & Interna- 
tional Business. Boxing Team, Captain: Alpha Tau Omega, 
Pledge Master; Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron Delta Epsilon. 

Stacy Lynn Weisberg East Norwich, NY. Economics. Psycholo- 
gy minor. Gamma Phi Beta, Assistant Philanthropy; Marketing 
Club; Economics Society; Benefit for the Homeless 

Jon P Wells Soion. OH. Marketing American Marketing Associ- 
ation; Marketing Club; Greater Bethlehem Soccer League, 
Coach. 

Margaret Ann Welsh Suffern, NY. English. Education minor. 
Senior Class Gift Campaign; Benefit for the Homeless. 

Michael D Westlein Warren, NJ. Computer Engineering. Music 
minor. Jazz Band; Dean's List. 

Robert G Westover Jr. Shoreham. NY. Civil Engineering. Boxing 
Club; American Society of Civil Engineers; Sigma Nu. 

Regina Mary Whealan Eastchester, NY. Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. English minor. Kappa Alpha Theta; Gryphon Society. 

Thomas Wheeler Fallston, MD. Mechanical Engineering. 

David P White Sewell. NJ. Chemical Engineering. Delta Sigma 
Phi, Social Chairman, Secretary; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi. 



Senior Portraits 369 




Jenn Whitney and Debbie Schwartz enjoy the send-off. 



Jessica Williams 



John W Williams 



Stccey Lynne Winter 

370 Seniors 



Alan R WIttman 



Andrea Robin WIesel 



James C Wilson 



Richard Robert Windish 



Cindy Wolff 



Marcl Pamela Wolff 



Robert E Will 




Karen Ann Winkle 




Daniel Wolpert 



White-Yochum 




Jennifer A Wood 



Christopher John Woodward 



Douglas E Woolley 




Lisa Marie Woolley 



Michele Wootten 



Andrew E Worrell 




Kevin M Worth 



David Peter Wright 



John R Wuilliez 




Sandra Ellen Yampell 



Tan Yllmaz 



Barbara Ann Yochum 



Jeanne Kristine White Parsippany, NJ. Electrical Engineering. 
Music minor. Gryphon; New Student Orientation Staff; Resi- 
dence Halls Council, House President. 

Jennifer A Whitney ISatick, MA. English. Journalism & Public 
Relations nninors. Alpha Chi Omega, Founding Sister, Historian. 

Andrea Robin Wiesel Woodmere. NY. Accounting. Alpha Chi 
Omega, Founding Sister, Scholarship Chairwoman. 

Robert E Will Pipersville, PA. Mechanical Engineering. 

Jessica Williams Stony Brook. NY International Relations. 
Brown & White, Photographer; Epitome, Photographer. 

John W Williams Princeton Junction. NJ. Finance. Writing mi- 
nor, Sigma Chi, Vice President, Pledgemaster; Army ROTC 

James C Wilson Annandale, NJ. Civil Engineering. Phi Sigma 
Kappa, President, Treasurer; WLVR; American Society of Civil 
Engineers. 

Richard Robert Windish Hellertown, PA. Civil Engineering. Var- 
sity Football; American Society of Civil Engineers; Delta (Jpsi- 
lon. Vice President; Intramural Basketball; Varsity Track & Field. 

Karen Ann Winkle Wenonah, NJ. Finance & Marketing Alpha 
Chi Omega, Founding Sister; Navigators. 

Stacey Lynne Winter East Brunswick. NJ English Public Rela- 
tions & Writing minors. Class of 1991, Secretary; Alpha Omicron 
Pi; Public Relations Student Society of America. 

Alan R Wittman Boulder. CO. Mechanical Engineering, Interfra- 
ternity Council, Treasurer, Rush Chairman; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Cindy Wolff Roslyn, NY. Marketing Alpha Gamma Delta, Vice 
President; Student Senator; Marketing Club. 

Marci Pamela Wolff Huntington. NY. Finance & Management. 
Alpha Omicron Pi, President, Activities Chairman. 

Daniel Wolpert Worcester, MA Cognitive Science. Gryphon; 
Mountain Under The Stars, VicePresident, President. 

Jennifer A Wood Hershey. PA Urban Studies. Economics & 
Architecture minors. Alpha Phi. Chaplain, Programming Com- 
mittee Chairwoman, Assistant Rush Chairwoman. 

Christopher John Woodward Santa Barbara, CA. Accounting. 
Phi Delta Theta, Alumni Secretary; Accounting Club. 

Douglas E Woolley Zionsville, PA. Economics. International Re- 
lations minor. Theta Xi. 

Lisa Marie Woolley Hillsborough, NJ. Behavioral Neuroscience. 
Gryphon Society; University Choir, 

Michele Wootten Stanhope, NJ. Industrial Engineering. Econom- 
ics minor. Lehigh University Volunteers; Alpha Pi Mu, Vice 
President; Tau Beta Pi 

Andrew E Worrell Queens, NY. Accounting. Kappa Alpha Psi, 
President: Army ROTC; Black Student Union. 

Kevin M Worth Scotch Plains, NJ. Finance. History minor. Phi 
Delta Theta, President; Interfraternity Council; Investment Club. 

David Peter Wright Belle Mead, NJ. Computer Science. Religion 
minor Choir; Choral Union; Mustard & Cheese Drama Society. 

John R Wuilliez Annandale, VA. Art. Computer Science minor. 
Sigma Nu; WLVR; Mustard & Cheese Drama Society. 

Sandra Ellen Yampell Ridgewood. NJ. Government. Philosophy 
& International Relations minors. 

Tan Yilmaz Izmir. Turkey. Civil Engineering. American Society 
of Civil Engineers; Chi Epsilon. Social Chairman. 

Barbara Ann Yochum Bethlehem, PA Accounting. Accounting 
Club; Newman Center. 



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Robin S Yuskovitz 





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Faheem Zakaria 



M Kent Zambelli 



Alicia Jean Zarouni 



John Zdrnzil 



Jennifer Zerner 



Charles ZImmer 



Andrew James Ziobro 



Robert E Zlsko 



Scott Zager 




Eugenia Zenick 




Diana Ruth Zoller 



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Young-Zoller 



Members Of The 

Class Of 1991 

Not Pictured 



Michael J Alford Jr. 
Douglas A Barthold 
Conney W Berger 
Wayne L Bethea 
William M Bornman 
Thomas Buck 
Amit Burman 
Robert H Clinton 
Christa M Conetla 
Scott M Curran 
Joseph P Daly 
Christine J D'Antonio 
Brian K Decker 
Steven M Derrah 
Melissa H Deuer 
Jonathan A Dranoff 
Michael A Felkay 
Brian J Fenstermacher 
Beth A Fleishman 
John J Francis 
Robert H Fujiura 
Elaine A Gagnon 
Jeff R Gawley 
Craig F Greene 
James M Gross 
Paul J Grunwald 
Deepak Gupta 
Matthew L Haisten 
Thomas J Hancock 
Donald S Hannig 
Todd I Herrenkohl 
Thomas S Hydro 
Liza S llias 
Matthew Kelly 
Christopher W Kelsey 
Francis X Kerr III 
James M Klausmann 
Christopher J Kligora 
Thomas J Leak 
Marc I Liebmann 
George C Lin 
Jeffrey W Lindley 
Robert K Loughran 



James P Lynch 
Kevin M G Maher 
Suhaimi Mansor 
Michael P Matonis 
Sarah A McGillMace 
John D Melvin 
Tamara Mohuchy 
Franklin E Montgomery 
Ramsey C G Moore 
Michelle L Munnell 
Eric S Nichols 
Edward G Nolan 
Gregory J O'Brien 
Mo A Othman 
Lane P Pendleton 
Scott Pilzer 
Victoria L Pitkin 
William J Prestia 
Paul H Pritchard 
Simrat S Randhawa 
Lawrence J Rasero III 
Alan J Reger 
Kelly L Reynolds 
David W Sanderson 
Amy B Savitsky 
David B Shanley 
Brett D Sherman 
Roger S Smith Jr. 
Gregory B Stackhouse 
Mats aif Stahlkranz 
Neil L Stein 
John D Stitt 
Dana M Susman 
Buranit Suttabustya 
Janet Temos 
Yevgeniy A Tkachenko 
Harold B Todd 
Erick R Torain 
Donald M VanNess Jr. 
Brian P Vile 
Jocelyn S Webber 
Anne E Whiteacre 
Donn C Worgs 



Aaron Dalton Young Atherton. CA. Journalism. International 
Relations & Communication minors WLVR, Sports Director: 
Brown & White, Sports Reporter 

Katrina Young Camden. NJ Behavioral Neuroscience. Black 
Student Union. President; Gospel Choir; Wellness House. Gryph 
on; Council of Student Presidents; Peer Counselor; Class of 1904 
Award. 

Robin S Yuskovltz Kingston, PA Mechanical Engineering 

Scott Zager Roseland, NJ. Computer Science. History minor. 
Intramural Sports; Investment Club; Basketball; WLVR. Color 
Commentator; Deans List. 

Faheem Zakaria Karachi, Pakistan. Computer Engineering. Eco- 
nomics minor. Debate Team; Volleyball Club. Computer Consul- 
tant; International Club, Treasurer. 

M Kent Zambelli Hillside, NJ. Industrial Engineering Beta Theta 
Pi, Rush Chairman; Interfraternity Council. Rush Chairman. 

Alicia Jean Zarouni Middletown. NJ Marketing. Softball. Cap 
tain; Intramural Manager; Marketing Club; Residence Halls 
Council 

John Zdrazil Wall, NJ Mechanical Engineering. Gryphon Soci- 
ety; Kappa Alpha Society. 

Eugenia Zenick Astoria, NY Finance Community Relations 
Committee; Alpha Phi Omega; Financial Management Society; 
Finance Honor Society; Women in Business; Dean's List. 

Jennifer Zerner Weston, MA English Public Relations minor 
Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer; Public Relations Student Society of 
America; Bateman Case Study; Gamma Phi Beta; Sigma Tau 
Delta. 

Charles Zimmer Convent Station, NJ Electrical Engineering. 
Economics minor Track & Field. 

Andrew James Ziobro Englishtown, NJ Electrical Engineering. 
Mustard & Cheese Drama Society; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. 

Robert E Zisko Quakertown. PA Finance Investment Club. 

Diana Ruth Zoller New Orleans. LA. International Business 
French minor Gamma Phi Beta, Standards. Pledge President; 
Varsity Soccer; Student Activities Council; French Club; Senior 
Class Gift Campaign: Special Olympics Volunteer 



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The 
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Senior Candids 375 




376 Seniors 



Flying Free 



There is a place I call my own 

where I can stand by the sea. 
And look beyond the things I've known, 

and dream of what I can be. 
Like the bird above the trees gliding 

gently on the breeze, 
I wish that all my life I'd be 

without a care and flying free. 

But life is not a distant sky 

without a cloud, without rain. 
And I can never hope that I can 

travel on without pain. 
Time goes swiftly on it's way, 

all too soon we've lost today. 
I cannot wait for skys of blue or 

dream so long that life is through. 

So life's a song that I must sing, 

a gift of love I must share. 
And when I see the joy it brings, 

my spirits soar through the air, 
Like that bird up in the sky, 

life has taught me how to fly. 
For now I know what I can be 

and now my heart is flying free. 



We wish a sincere thank you to 

Linda Lipko 

Pam Mongi 

Corey Abate 

Debbie Streicher 

Beth Easley 

Pam Brady 

Mike Moss 

Pete Leis 

Juliet Salinardi 

Evan Falchuk 

Dave Eastridge 

and our photographers 

for their help and support throughout the year. 



The Senior Editors 
Kirstin Manning 
Alicia Karam 



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Senior Farewell 377 



January Commencement 

Commencement Speaker: James M. McPherson 




378 Seniors 



Sunday, January 13, 1991 




January Graduation 379 




380 Seniors 



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January Graduation 381 



June Commencement 

Commencement Speaker: Senator Bill 

Bradley 




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Sunday, June 2, 1991 




June Graduation 383 



Top Right: University chaplain Rever- 
end Lloyd Steffen leads the crowd in the 
Invocation. Bottom half of page: several 
honorary degrees were presented at the 
commencennent in the sweltering heat. 
Those honored are pictured below, with 
the exception of Minister James A. 
Forbes, Jr., who received the honorary 
degree of Doctor of Divinity. Top Row, 
left to right: Miguel A. Bernal, Doctor of 
Humane Letters; Bill Bradley, Doctor of 
Laws; Bottom row, left to right: Muriel 
M. Berman, Doctor of Humane Letters; 
D. Allan Bromley, Doctor of Science; 
Peter Likins, president of Lehigh Univer- 
sity and recipient of the honorary de- 
gree Doctor of Engineering. 




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June Graduation 385 







386 Seniors 




June Graduation 387 



Senior Week 



May 29 - June 1 




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Senior Week 389 



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Senior Week 391 



Dear Risa 

You achieved the goals you 

set for yourself and we couldn't 

be prouder! Your greatest fans 

applaud your success. 

Love 

Mom, Dad, Keith, Eric, and Kristin 



Congratulations and best of luck 
to you and the class of '91. 

CONGRATGLATIONS 

Beth 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOG AND LOVE 

YOU! 

Mom, Dad, David, Rachel and Grandma 



Dear Denise lavicoli, 

WE WISH YOG HAPPINESS, LOVE AND 

SUCCESS. 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU. 

LOVE-Mom, Dad, Michele, Laura 



CONGRATULATIONS 
To The Young Pro 

LOVE 
Sherman, Tabby and Cocoa 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Alicia Karam 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Emily and Philip 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
Sigma Phi-The Class Of 1991 

Ray Licata, Sr. 



Steve, 

"CONGRATULATIONS" 

GOOD LUCK AT D & T! 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU, 

AND WISH YOU THE BEST ALWAYS. 

We love you. Mom and Dad 



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Katie M. 

MAM WOULD HAVE BEEM PROGD 
OF YOU, AMD I AM TOO! 

LOVE 
Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Ted Sabarese 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Deanne & Kevin 



BEST OF LUCK! 
Julie B. 

LOVE 
All The Burklands 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Annemarie 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Kris, Eric & Aimee 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Mark C. Gannon 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Jen & Pat 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Julie Litwin 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

Dr. & Mrs. Les Litwin 



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CONGRATGLATIOrSS 
Jeannie White EE '91 

MAY YOG BENEFIT HUMANITY! 

LOVE 
Maureen White R.P. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jeannie White EE '91 

WE ARE WITH YOG ALWAYS! 

LOVE 
Nana Celia & Nana Mary 



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CONGRATULATIONS 








Keith John Peraino 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 


Brenton 








CONTINGE ON THE ROAD TO 


LOVE 








SGCCESS! 


Mom and Dad 








LOVE ALWAYS 
Dad, Mom and Gregg 




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To My Grandson Keith 

CONGRATGLATIONS! 
I'M PROGD OF YOG AS GSGAL! 








Dear Keith 

CONGRATGLATIONS! 

MGCH SGCCESS AND HAPPINESS 

ALWAYS! 


LOVE 
Grandpa 

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LOVE 
Aunt Marie and Danielle 



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How about that Silver Fox you on the 
by? You've got that Silver Fox GO! 

COMGRATGLATIOINS 
Jennifer 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATGLATIOMS! 

Susan Lanter 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOG! 

NOW GO OUT AND GET A JOB!! 

ALL OUR LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Tracie and Steve 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Paul Hammond 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad and Mom 



YOU'RE TERRIFIC 
Pamela Sprayregen 

ANOTHER MILESTONE! 
ANOTHER TRIUMPH! 

LOVE 

Mom, Nick, Karen, Lisa, David and 

Tar a 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Robert Simon 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Mom, Dad, Michael 



Chris: Blood, Sweat, Tears (?), 

Cash and Comnnittment — 

Good show! I'm very proud of you 

And I 

love you. Pops 



WE ARE 
PP-PROUD 

OF YOU 

PP!!! 
SM and H 



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CONGRATGLATlOrSS 

Jim Ost 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Brian and Jeff 



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Mom, Dad, Dep, John, Flash 
& Bam 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Glenn Glazer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOG! 

Mana, Poppop and Grandma Dotty 



COINGRATGLATIONS 

Peter J. Kein '91 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU 

BEST OF LUCK FOR A 
HAPPY, SUCCESSFUL FUTURE! 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



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Go Get 'em, Glenn! 

We love you, 
Linda and Dad 
Adam and Bari 



Dear Issa 

Be proud of what you've done 

And of the success you've won 

Pursue the goa!s that you've set 

As they can & will be met. 

LOVE 
Maurice & Sylvia Abboud 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve Roe 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 






CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve R. 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Jen, Brad & De 



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A hard-earned reward is 

always the sweetest. 

CONGRATGLATIONS! 

Loren Shari 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and David 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Michael Ash 

Graduating Seniors of Theta Xi 

and friends 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Liz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

All the Rigneys 







Joseph Cesaria 

CONGRATULATIONS 
WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU AND 
WHAT YOU HAVE ACCOMPLISHED! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Andrea, Mike, 

Diana and Christine 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

Brett 

YOU HAVE EARNED ALL THE GOOD 

THINGS THE FUTURE HOLDS. 

WITH LOVE AND PRIDE 
Mum, Dad and Matt 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jennifer Wood 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
The Brusco Family 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 

Carol 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad, Chuck and Douglas 



CONGRATaLATIONS 

Carta 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Dadday, Mom, Jodi & "P" 



Congratulations to our 
"Lisa Love" 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 




CONGRATGLATIONS 

Karen Feldman 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

Mom, Dad & Nina 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Michael Wecl<ler 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 



Mom & Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Debbie 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Love Mom, Dad & Larry 



398 Seniors 



COrSGRATULATIOrSS 

Tricia (Serio) 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



Jeff Lichtstein 

THERE ARE NO WORDS TO EXPRESS 

OCR PRIDE. 

WE WISH YOG GOOD HEALTH & GOOD 

TIMES ALWAYS 

LOVE 
Mom Dad Jackie Sunny 



CONGRATGLATIOINS, 

Laun'n 

WE'RE SO PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom & Malcolm 



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COrSGRATGLATIONS 
Terry Paltadakis 

AND BEST OF LGCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad & Mary 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Marce Chambers 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Mom & Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 
Ken LaGuardia 

LET EVERY STEP YOG TAKE LEAD 
TO A FGTGRE FGLL OF PROMISE. 



LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



Megan Capuano '91 

CONGRATGLATIONS 

AREN'T YOG HAPPY YOG 

REMEMBERED 

THE "SECRET WORD" 

WE LOVE YOG 

Mom, Dad "57", Joe, Missy "87" 

& Steve 



CONGRATGLATIONS 
Stephanie Gitkin 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

OGR LOVE- 
Mom, Dad, Brian & Danielle 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

David 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOG! 

Mom, Dad & Marci 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Elisa 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



LOVE, HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS 
Andra 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad & Johnny 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Denise Marie Leonard 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Paul 

WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU AND 

WE LOVE YOU. 



Mom & Joe 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Bill 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

The Stades 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Mike Babst 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Deborah 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

BEST WISHES! 

The Picone Family 



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CONGRATGLATIOrSS 
James-Michael-Tim and Dave 

AND THE CLASS OF "91 

The Brusco Family 



NICO YOG ARE THE SUNSHIME IM OGR 

LIVES 
AND YOG HAVE MADE GS HAPPY AND 

PROGD. 

KEEP ON REACHING FOR THE STARS 

AND YOG 

WILL GET THEM LOVE MOM, DAD, 

ANGELA 

AND ANN MARIE 




CONGRATGLATIONS 

Heath Gottesman 

Graduating Seniors of Phi Kappa Theta 

AND THE CLASS OF 1991 
KEEP MAKING GS PROGD! 



Mom, Dad & Reed 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Denise D'Aulen'o 
AND BEST OF LGCK! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Wendy Fried 
And AH Her Friends 

KEEP SMILING 

LOVE YOG and PROGD OF YOG 
Mom and Marc 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 
Tom 

We know the future will hold much 
Success and Happiness. 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Janette, Karen & Butler 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 

Darrin 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOG! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Halsey & Pamela 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Con Mason 

WE'RE SO PROGD OF YOG! 

YOG LIGHT GP OGR LIVES! 

ALL OGR LOVE ALWAYS, 
Mom, Dad, & Jonathan 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Kerry G. Kauffman 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad & Kevin 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 

Alan Wittman 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Mom, Dad, Heather & Rachel 



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TO OUR DAUGHTER Jennifer Brown 

FOR ALL YOG ARE, 

FOR ALL YOG CAN BE, 

CONGRATGLATIONS 

TO YOG AND THE CLASS OF '92 

Evelyn and Louis Costa 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Jeff Epstein 

LEHIGH VALLEY'S BEST REALTOR 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG 



Mom, Dad & Fred 



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COrSGRATGLATIONS 

Carol Taffet 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

WE LOVE YOG! 

Mom, Dad, Gary & Audry 

Julie, Kenny, Jordan & Cory 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Kim Hausman 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

LOVE 
M, D & L 



CONGRATGLATIOMS 
Scott Michael Curran 

AND BEST OF LGCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, & Kim 



CONGRATGLATIOMS 
Pam Brady 

KEEP FOLLOWING THAT DREAM 
PROGDLY 



Mom, Dad & Doug 



CONGRATGLATIONS 
Mark Huber 



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LOVE 
Dad & Bonnie 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Michael Kirsh 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Mom, Dad & Trevor 



Mom, Dad & Charlie 



Dan Wolpert- 

ANOTHER ONE OF THE TIMES 

YOG HAVE MADE GS PROGD 

OF YOG! 

Mom, Dad & Mike 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 

Sue 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 






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Debbie!!! 

TERRIFIC JOB! 
YOG'RE THE VERY BEST! 

WE LOVE YOG ALWAYS 
Mom, Dad & Steve 



CONGRATULATIONS 

David Hano 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Bea & Frank Hano 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Byron Lohss 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad & Tanya 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Nolan 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

The Ang Family 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Ann Lynn Covucci 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

Dr. & Mrs John A. Covucci 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FUTURE 
Caryn T. Sawyer, BA., PSY. D. 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Andrew 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



Mom, Dad & Mario 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Tan Yilmaz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



Rasit, Nuriye & Lai 



Seniors 



CONGRATULATIOMS 

Tanya 

WE'RE SO PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom, Bill, Tammy, Rich, Frankie, 
Stacey, Billy, Kim, Lori, & Corky 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Anthony O 

THANK YOG FOR MAKING ME SO 

PROGD 

MAY ALL YOGR DREAMS COME TRGE 

I LOVE YOG 
Mom 



CONGRATGLATiONS 

Lisa Ann Thompson 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Leslie, Lauren & Gram 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Jeannie White EE '91 

WE'RE SO PROGD OF YOG! 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Jamie Mann 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



LOVE 
Mommle and Daddy 



Dear Susan 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

GOOD LGCK TO OGR LITTLE GIRL 

GOD BLESS YOG 




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CONGRATGLATIONS 

Littlejohn! 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 

Dad, Mom, Grandma and Grandpa in 

Heaven 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Ned 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
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CONGRATGLATIONS TO 

THE CLASS OF 1991 
OF LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

NEB, III 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Ralph 

WE ARE PROGD OF YOG! AND 

BEST WISHES FOR THE FGTGRE 






WITH LOVE 
Mom, Pap, Patrick 



Chris, 

"It is not enough to have a good mind. 
The main thing is to use it well." 

I'm very proud of you- 
Mom 



CONGRATGLATIONS 
Ray Licata 

LOVE 
Dad 



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COMGRATULATIOMS 

Rob Sallash 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

BEST OF LGCK 

WITH ALL OGR LOVE 
Mom, Dad & Kids 



CONGRATGLATIOrSS 

Alanna 
AND BEST OF LGCK! 

LOVE 

Nanny & Grandpop 

Grandmom & Poppop 



CONGRATGLATIOMS 

Alanna 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Mom, Dad, Greg & Kara 






CONGRATGLATIONS 

Stacey Winter 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Love 
Mom, Dad, and Randi 



Dad, Mom & Tracy 



Mom & Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Ted Martin 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 






CONGRATGLATIONS 

Tara 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Robert 

FOR A JOB WELL DONE. 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

WITH LOVE 
Mom, Dad, & Sis 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 

Ajay Bhatt, OIS Ambassador 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Gd, Kashi, Radha, Gloria 
SABASH 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 
Robin & Alan 

AND THE CLASS OF '91! 

The Lapoint, Bush & Bisack families 
wish you all success and happiness 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Mark 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Paul & Kimberly 



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The Herron family of Lansdale, Pa. salutes 
JEN, JUDE AND THE CLASS OF 1991 

and Best Wishes for future years. 

Dom & Dod 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Donald Saunders Hannig 
WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Mom & Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Brendan and Friends at 461 Montciair 

Jim, Paul, Tan, Ben, Frank 

Julian & Pate 

FROM 
Jim Betty & Roger Murphy 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Cameron 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Mom & Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
V.J. Geronimo 

May your future be filled with success 
and happiness 

WE LOVE YOU! 
Mom, Dad, Donna & Nana 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
David E. Weiner 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Elyse, Valerie, Lee 

& Sergeant 



408 Seniors 




CONGRATGLATIONS 
Larry Elliot Magargal, Jr. 

WITH LOVE AND BEST WISHES 
FOR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS 

The Magargal Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Joe Timpone 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Mom & Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

"Mr. Lehigh" 
YOU DONE GOOD! 

Your Adoring Fans 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Christine Marie Poblete 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Mom, Dad & Brods 















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CONGRATULATIONS 

Heather Schorr 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad & Chad 


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CONGRATULATIONS 

Jonathan Fitton 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom & Lori 


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CONGRATOLATIONS 

Jennifer Noll 

WE LOVE YOG 

Mom & Dad 



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CONGRATGLATIONS 

Scott Pilzer 
I'M PROUD OF YOG! 

ALL MY LOVE 
LAM 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Paul Jr. 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom & Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Jennifer Boy da 

WE LOVE YOG AND WE'RE PROGD OF 

YOG! 



Mom & Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Bethany 

I KNOW YOG WILL BE A GREAT 

SGCCESS 



LOVE 
Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS AND BEST OF 

LGCK, 

Kris. 

WE ALL LOVE YOG AND ARE SO 

PROGD OF YOG! 

Mom, Kraig, Kim & Jack 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Steven Kent 

AND THE CLASS OF '91 

Mom & Dad Kent 



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DEAR Michele, 

WAY TO GO, KIDDO! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad & Lauren 



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COMGRATULATIOMS 

Maria Eugenia Moreyra 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOG! 

Mom, Dad, Evelina & Fernando 



COMGRATULATIOMS 
Maria Eugenia Moreyra 
AMD BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Your Family in Argentina 




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COMGRATULATIOMS 

Steven Gary Moskowitz 

WERE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Larry & Alyssa 



COMGRATULATIOMS 

Christine 

AMD THE CLASS OF '91 

The Tomaszewski Family 



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COMGRATULATIOMS 

Ron DeWald Jr. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Mom & Dad 



COMGRATULATIOMS 

Si<ip Snyder 

LOVE 

Dad, Mom & Kathy 



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CONGRATOLATIONS 

Darling Alison 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOO! 

Mom, Dad, Mark, Caren, Jeff, 
Doug, Mindy, Sharon 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

lAatt Brogowski 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

Mom, Dad ('64), Doug ('87), 
Jeff ('88), Dan & Emily 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Evan Falchuk 

WE'RE PROGD OF YOG! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATGLATIONS 

Stacey Levine 

GOOD LGCK AND MGCH SGCCESS 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, and family 



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CONGRATOLATIONS CLIFF SELTZER 



We're Proud of you! 




Love - Dad, Mom, Larry, Stu, Danielle 
and Sunshine 



ELIZABETH: 



Now that you have graduated from college, the word for the day is 

KITCHENETTE 



Juglnead 



For us it was easy as your four years at Lehigh passed quickly by, 
Although for you there was always plenty of work and reasons to try. 
We're more proud of you than words can express, 
Congratulations on your diploma and all your well deserved success. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Brian and Matt 



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SPONSORS 



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William J. & Joan R. Babst 

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Ruth & Bruce Bier 

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Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Brady 

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Robert & Deborah Brucker 

Peter F. Bruno, MD 

Anthony Brusco 

Juliette Huehner Buck 



Mr. & Mrs. John P. Donnelly 

Serge Dos 

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Nancy & Kenneth Falchuk 

Mr. & Mrs. Antonio S. Fernandez 

David Scott Foster, Jr. 

Raymond & Gloria Francis 

Gordon Freeman 

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The Gallucci Family 

Frank & Marie Geronimo 

Parents of Virginia Gill 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Giovacco 

Nancy & Merrill Gitkin 

Joanne Choy Gitner 

Ken & Nancy Glass 



Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. Burtis 


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Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Caiazzo 


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Rick & MaryJane Castle 


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Mr. & Mrs. John Clark, Jr. 


Bette-Jeanne HalseySchrier 


Mr. & Mrs. George F. Clements, Jr. 


H. Halvorsen 


The Colgan Family 


Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Hamlin 


Mr. & Mrs. Patrick T. Conroy 


Judith A. Hicks 


David & Delores Conway 


Dr. & Mrs. Robert Himmelfarb 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Corr 


Steven & Jackie Hirsh 


Eric Cosnoski 


Mr. & Mrs. R. Lee Hite 


Sharon & Charles Costas 


Mr. & Mrs. Hoag 


Bernadine Costello 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Horn 


Mr. & Mrs. James Cunningham 


CheWu Hung 


Mr. & Mrs. John D. Dalena 


Dr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Jasaitis 


Dr. & Mrs. Sal Dangelo 


Carl Jeanbaptiste, Sr. 


Dr. & Mrs. Henry Davoli 


Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Jenkins 


Dr. & Mrs. J. Robin DeAndrade 


Paul & Susan Jones 


Dr. & Mrs. P. DeGennaro 


Pritpal S. Kang 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Delaney 


Dr. & Mrs. Robert Kaplan 


Leo & Millie Demm 


The Kauffman Family 


Mrs. Sushilaben M. Desai 


Sandy & Bill Kaye 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Desmond 


Kevin, Jacqui & Peter '91 Keim 


Charles & Frances DiMaggio 


Jim & Valerie Kennedy 


Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dingee 


Monica & Larry Kenny 


Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dolce 


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Dr. & Mrs. Larry Kramer 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Kruger 

Andy M. & Helen Kydes 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Lagasse 

John Lamberth 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis M. Lamolino 

Dr. & Mrs. David Lanter 

Mr. & Mrs. John Lapoint, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Lawrence 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert S. Lee 

Richard G. & Helen E. Lehr 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred B. Levin 

Dr. & Mrs. Barry Levine 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. Levine 

Barbara & Richard Levy 

Gerry & Sue Levy 

Dr. & Mrs. Arnold Lincow 

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Linstroth 

Arthur H. Lippitt 

Dr. & Mrs. Les Litwin 

Marian & Robert Lowenfish 

Dr. & Mrs. Harry R. Lubell 

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Luchsinger 

John & Nancy Marano 

Mr. & Mrs. William Marcato 

Dr. & Mrs. Edward C. Martin 

Dr. & Mrs. I. Ira Mason 

David E. McKinney 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E. Melehan 

Mr. & Mrs. George S. Meyer 

Mr. & Mrs. Thorley C. Mills, Jr. 

Frank Montemurro 

James & Eliz Murphy 

The Family of Matthew Murphy '91 

Joseph Noll 

Theodore J. Nylese, Jr. 

Mr, & Mrs. Robert A. O'Connell 

Dick Ojserkis, '50 

Einar Olafsson 

The Osiecki Family 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Overchuk 

Jerome & Rory Parnell 

Martin H. Pear! '54 

Allan & Barbara Peller 

William S. Pepe 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Peraino 

Kim & Robert Phillips 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald A. Pietrak 

John D. Piatt 

Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Rabjohns 

Lawrence & Elaine Raia 

John & Mary Randolph 

Dr. & Mrs. Rangaiah 

Cris Rathyen 



Mr. & Mrs. Bruce J. Robbins 

Mr. & Mrs. Byron L. Roe 

Murray C. Rosen 

Dr. & Mrs. Jay Rosen 

Dr. & Mrs. Steven B. Roth 

Joseph & Suzanne Ryba 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Sajda 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Scott 

Parents of Bryan Schait 

Scharf's Family Restaurant 

Barbara & Harvey Schwartz 

Cliff Seltzer's Parents 

Kevin M. Shannon 

Mr. & Mrs. Abel Sheng 

Nicholas J. Sheppard 

Gen. John A. Shaud 

Paul J. & Elaine M. Siegel 

Michael L. Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Solimine 

Maxine & Martin Solomon 

Genevieve M. Sondey 

Frank & Nancy Spiegel 

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Mr. & Mrs. Joel Steinberg 

Franklin A. Steinko, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John Stengel 

Richard P. & Carolyn G. Streicher 

Barbara Strutin 

Emil Szafran 

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard J. Timpone 

Carole & Jerome Turk 

Dr. & Mrs. Edward V. Twiggar II 

Mr. & Mrs. Alan (Jliss 

Peter & Gael Cllisse 

Carol M. Vanecek 

Karl & May Ellen Von Der Heyden 

Roger & Marilyn Wall 

Dr. & Mrs. William E. Wagner, Jr. 

Mrs. Geraldine M. Waite 

Joseph V. Wallace 

Mr. & Mrs. George H. Webb, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. R.T. Weber, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Weidinger, III 

Barry & Phyllis Weiner 

Cheryl & Howard Weiss 

Mr. & Mrs. David Weiss 

Greg & Pam Weiss 

Gerald S. Wertlieb, MD 

Jack & Eileen White 

Chris & Ginger Williams 

Gary & Jacqueline W. Wolf 

Susan & Jerry Wolff 

Sally & Jim Young 

Robert & Barbara Zager 

Roberta Zaslansky 



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Mr. & Mrs Nicholas Angelos 

Ray & Whitney Armstrong 

David M. Baker 

Mary Lou & Art Barry 

William & Katherine Seattle 

The Begelman Family 

Ajay Bhatt 

Richard & Faye Bishop 

Stephanie & Mike Brown 

Roberta Buckley 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Burgin 

Carol Calabrese 

Joseph Calantoni 

Irene & Steven Cantone 

Gabriel P Caprio 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Carey. Jr. 

Owen Carlin 

Trina Casell 

Thomas E. Cassidy 

David & Lea Charletta 

Fusen & Lana Chen 

Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Clegg 

Mr. & Mrs Lee Cook 

Frank & Johanna Corso 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cristiano 

The Cuddingtons 

Dr. H. A DeHaven, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Gino A. Deluliis 

Rene Descloux 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. DeSipio 

Paul F. Detweiler 

Joe & Judy DeVivo 

Patricia DeWolfe-Hodge 

Peter & Margaret Dolan 

Sara & Morton Eckhause 

Arthur & Lynne Ehlenberger 

Mr. & Mrs. George A. Ekstrom 

William R Eppel 

The Estroff Family 

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Fader 

The Fariello's 

Mrs. Howard S. Fiala 

Mr. & Mrs. Alan Fishman 

Doris H Fitton 

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin W. Force 

Rita J. Frank 

Walter & Eileen Frees 

Joan Glenn Gali 

Dr. & Mrs. R. T. Gannon 

Doris & Robert Gansler 

Mr. & Mrs. John Gavigan 

Mr. & Mrs. Paschal Gehringer 

George Gerard Associates. Inc. 

Helen & Kenneth Gill 

John P. Grattan 

Mr. & Mrs. John O. Graves 

Frederick N. Griffith 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Gsell 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. Gujda 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hahne 

The Haid Family 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Halpin 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hanczyc 

Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Harris 

Robert C. Hassard 

Bill & Eileen Hill 

Jay & Phyllis Hoffman 

Joyce Hoffmann 

Shirley M. Horester 

Marsha & Richard Horn 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Patrick Huber 

Charles & Brigitte Kazanecki 

Robert & Barbara Kosek 



Stephen & Eleanor Kushnick 

Mr. & Mrs, John M Laskey 

Susan & Steve Leeds 

Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore E. Lentini 

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce J. Leonard 

Jo & Floyd LeRoy 

Mr. & Mrs. James B. Liebertz 

Nicholas & Chong Im Losavio 

Mrs. Kathleen Lowa 

Mary Elizabeth Mahon 

Agostino Malfatti 

Mr. & Mrs. Serafino Malgioglio 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Marcelli 

James & Gloria McDermott 

James McGill 

Richard Meagher 

Ron & Dolores Meixell 

Annie Metro 

Anthony & Dolores Mignogna 

Orestes & Kathy Mihaly 

Mr. & Mrs. William R, Miller 

Philip & Antonia Mitman 

Mr. & Mrs Edward J. Monahan, Jr. 

Rodney T. Mooney 

Tom & Iris Moran 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick C. Mueller 

Sahaschai Musikabhumma. MD 

Mr. & Mrs. AM Nasr 

David & Sharon Nelson 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel K. Nolt 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Bennett Norman 

Mr. & Mrs Paul Olsen 

Mr. & Mrs Joseph Palma 

Ronald Peritore 

Tom & Carol Pugsley 

R. Raia 

R. S. Rana 

Joan & Michael Reddington III 

Mr. & Mrs. Keith Reed 

Elizabeth L. Resch 

Marilyn Robinson 

Ana Rodriguez 

Jim & Vida Rothschild 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rotzman 

Barbara & John Rudder 

Sonny Rutkowski 

Mr. & Mrs. T. J. Rutkowski 

Joseph & Velda Sansaverino 

John & Phyllis Scallan 

Lois & Peter Schmeidler 

Eileen Simon 

Herschel J. Sklarodd 

Harriet & John Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. William L Spatz 

Fredrich Sprayregen 

The Steube Family 

Sandy & Max Stolzberg 

Eileen Stone 

Maxwell G. Strange 

Daryl Tait 

George & Lily Takayama 

Tomaszewski Family 

Noreen & Robert Turner 

Stephen & Patricia Vile 

Victoria Vinci 

Mr. & Dr. Joseph Vitacco 

Craig & Dolores Wayman 

Robert & Nancy Westover 

Chuck & Gaylyn White 

Mrs. E. P. Wilbur 

Ed & Kathy Wittman 

Jacqueline Young 

Jungyul Yu 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zisko 



Congratulations and Good Luck to 

The Class of 1991 
You Made It!!! 



The Epitome 



Editors 



Ken Daub 




Wendy Jones 


Liz Turk 




Beth Easley 


Debbie Streiclier 




Kathy Snyder 


Adam Griff 




Karen Jones 


Betsy Smith 




Seunah Lee 


Kim Jessum 




Alicia Karam 


Doug Goldner 




Kirstin Manning 


Steve Gabbay 




Jennifer Montemurro 


Larisa Streibert 




Lisa Krick 


Corey Abate 


Beth DeMarte Linda Lipko 


Editor-in-Chief 


Managing 


Editor Department 
Coordinator 


Carole Gorney 


Pam Mongi 


Advisor 


The Epitome Secretary 



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The Class 




422 Seniors 



Of 1991! 




Senior Candids 423 




424 Seniors 





Senior Candids 425 



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COLLEGE OF 
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426 Seniors 



In Closing 



Colophon 



It is at this point in the 
yearbook that the editor-in- 
chief sits back and 
philosophizes about the past 
year and how the yearbook 
fit into that scheme. Well, 
rest assured, I will not be 
doing the same thing. I 
believe I have already made 
my statement(s) throughout 
the year outside the 
yearbook office, inside the 
yearbook office, and through 
this very book you now have 
the honor of possessing. 

This is a damn good book. 
A lot of people put a lot of 
time and a lot of effort into 
creating this baby (note the 
emphasis on "A lot"). I think 
our hard work has paid off, 
and I hope you agree. For 
those of you who will be 
enjoying this book for years 
to come, all I can say is 
thank you, for to have 
someone re-read something 
you have created is the 
greatest compliment in the 
world. 

I feel I should end with 
some sort of profound 
saying, something created by 
the likes of John Lennon or 
Shakespeare or someone of 
their caliber, therefore, since 
I do accede that there are 
others who can put two 
words together better than 
myself, I leave you with two 
simple quotes that, if you 
dare to listen hard enough, 
could change your life. 

"Ask yourself whether you 
are happy, and you cease to 
be so," — 
John Stuart Mill. 

"Be aware of wonder," — 
Robert Fulghum. 

Thanks for listening. 

Corey Abate 

Editor-in-Chief 

1991 Epitome Yearbook 



Book Volume I 15 of The Epitome. 1991 edition, the official yearbook of Lehigh CJniversity. was printed by Jostens 
Printing and Publishing Division. Slate College. Pennsylvania, using an offset lithography process. The paper is 
primarily #80 Gloss with black ink. Color pages used #110 Kromkote paper. 

Cover The cover, made of a navy blue material with black Cordova grain, contained a gold foil embossment of the 
University Center of Lehigh University, in honor of the school's 125th anniversary this year. The cover was designed 
by The Epitome staff and drawn by Jostens. 

Headlines and Copy Korinna typeface was used for the majority of the book, but the advertisements used various 
typefaces. Body copy was predominately set in 10 point while captions used 8 point. Headline size varied 
throughout the book. 

Photographs Photographs are the work of The Epitome and The Brown and White staff photographers. These 
photographers are: Adam Griff. Chris Takdyama, Karen Deane. Daniela DiMaggio. Marty Gee. Debbie Gregg. Court 
Harson. Sean Pecora, Whitney Rearick, Suzanne Rivers, Asha Thomas, and Jessica Williams. The photography 
staff was managed by Wendy Jones and Larisa Streiberl. Senior portraits, as well as sports and graduation candids, 
were taken by Merin Studios. Philadelphia. PA. Athletic teams were photographed and supplied by Ryan Studios. 
Bethlehem, PA. The fraternity and sorority composites were taken by Fraternal Composite Services. Utica, NY. 
Closing The closing poem was written by Bob Dylan. 



Thanks 



Beth DeMarte: Your help with the opening section, as well as all of those calls you made and letters you wrote, was in 
valuable You did what you could, and considering all of the academic constraints on your time, it was a lot. Good luck 
next year, and have fun with Debbie. 



Ken Daub: What else needs to be said? We've been together four long years ■ 
MVC next year — call me and we'll do lunch. 



■ thanks for the memories hiave fun in 



Liz Turk: The time it took you to complete the Ads for Grads section was too fast to believe. Thanks for getting all of 
that sales stuff done so quickly You were a great help. 

Debbie Streicher: Well, well, well So you wanna be Editor in-Chief, huh? All I can say is good luck. It is a bitch of a job. 
but one you will absolutely love Hopefully, I am leaving you better off than how I was left when I assumed office. Hang 
in there, and worse comes to worst, call Phil (either Klein or the McKinley man). 

Adam Griff: Once again our color photos are outstanding thanks to you and your staff. It was not looking good for a 
while, but we managed to get all of the photos we needed — thanks for all of your help. Have fun working on your Mas- 
ters 

Wendy Jones and Larisa Streibert: I am sorry your jobs were not quite what you had in mind, but I hope you at least 
enjoyed that experience Wendy: Thanks for all of your help sitting at that heinous senior portrait table. 

Betsy Smith and Kim Jessum: Once again the Living section proved to be the largest and most difficult section to pull 
together And as before, we were fortunate to have two outstanding people rise to the challenge and get it done. Kim: 
Your help with all of the grunt work is greatly appreciated. Betsy: It seems everywhere I turned this year you were 
there, helping out with senior portraits, writing follow-up letters, and doing layout after layout. 

Doug Goldner and Steve Gabbay: We had some rough times this year, but I hope you both know how much I love the 
way the Sports section turned out Considering the circumstances under which it was produced, it looks great. Steve: 
Have fun on the business staff next year — at least you will not have to do as many layouts. Doug: I am truly sorry I 
gave you such a hard time, but please do not take it personally. 

Beth Easley and Kathy Snyder: Your efficiency and ability to produce what is always one of the books t>est-looking 
sections still amazes me. Thanks for getting Academics done so far in advance that we actually made a deadline. 

Karen Jones and Seunah Lee: 1 can honestly say the Activities section has not looked this good in a very very long 
time. You guys have done a terrific job — be proud of yourselves and thanks for livening up what always proves to be 
a boring section of the book 

Alicia Karam and Kirstin Manning: As untielievable as it may sound, the Seniors section is DONE!!! So. Alicia, stop 
stressing. I can not thank the two of you enough for all of the hard work and long hours you have put into not only your 
own section, but many other aspects of the yearbook as well Thanks is ail I can muster to say. 

Jennifer Montemurro and Lisa Krick: The Features section took a refreshing turn this year, and I think it looks terrific. 
Thanks to you both for this year, and good luck for next year. I am sure the section will look even better now that you 
have some experience. Good luck. 

Pam Mongi: I do not know how you continued to put up with me and my annoying pleas for help. Thank you for doing 
all of that leg work, for sending out all of those yearbooks, and for proofreading all of those pages. You deserve an 
award for patience, but for now, my heart felt thanks will have to do 

Phil Klein: Your friendship, support, and overwfielming enthusiasm are inspiring. Thanks ever so much for all that you 
have done, for answering all of my stupid questions, and for successfully putting up with my momentary lapses into 
stressville. 

Linda Lipko: I do not know where to begin, nor do I know how to properly thank you for all that you have done. 
Whenever I needed an answer, I knew you could give me the best one. When I needed someone to gripe to, the social 
worker in you came out and you certainly made me feel a helluva lot better than how I entered your office. Thanks also 
for being a friend — I am a better person for knowing you. You have done more for this yeart>ook than you could possi- 
bly know. 



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